Current + Previous are stored, so a virus which corrupts the whole collection would be recoverable, even if those corrupted changes were uploaded.
Quote from: spoon on 27 July, 2011, 07:00:52 AMCurrent + Previous are stored, so a virus which corrupts the whole collection would be recoverable, even if those corrupted changes were uploaded.Thank you for the response. I assume that means just the immediately prior state is saved, no manual restore points?
If it syncs more or less continuously then one change back wouldn't make much sense. If one operation (from the user's point of view) changes 10 files, that could count as 10 states.I would hope that "previous" means any previous state for some reasonable amount of time (or maybe since creation of the initial backup.)
Album art is not part of the 500 MB quota.I will endeavor to put up a T&C and privacy statement ASAP
13:21:12 : Could not process file :XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXReason: Unexpected file contents.
Feel free to use the uploads forum to upload problematic files, they will; your post will be removed as soon as relevant developers get the files.
In the AudioSAFE Status page >> Tools >> settings - here you set how much bandwidth is allocated to AudioSAFE, normally 50% of your upload. What is your maximum upload speed?
Upload speed is abysmal: - yep, that's 38KB/sec (~300KBit/sec) upload speed.
~300KBit/sec is a pretty typical upload speed for most broadband connections, unless you've upgraded to a faster (read more expensive) package.
Quote from: indybrett on 03 August, 2011, 09:47:56 AM~300KBit/sec is a pretty typical upload speed for most broadband connections, unless you've upgraded to a faster (read more expensive) package.Right now it's 10Mbit/sec. At night it's around 50Mbit/sec.