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Distributed Internet Archiving Protocol

DIAP (Distributed Internet Archiving Protocol) is a set of Bash shell scripts to set up a system using three backup nodes either between sites (e.g. between offices and homes) or over WANs. The application provides a decentralized, self-contained and managed storage utility. The emergence of a DVTL (Distributed Virtual Tape Library) is the end result. Nodes can be dedicated to storage or used for existing services over unused bandwidth. The scripts are a toolkit to help users set up their own project, and to help the writer improve the system and work in user space over SSH.



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Deborah Nicholson

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11 April 2008

Leaders and contributors

Damian Brasher Developer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
SF pageHomepagehttps://sourceforge.net/projects/diap/
HP archived some more infoHomepagehttp://web.archive.org/web/20140516192836/http://interlinux.org.uk/

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