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tarsnap on Windows Server 2012 R2
I installed Cygwin 2.10.0 (32-bit) onto a Windows Server 2012 R2 instance hosted on Alibaba Cloud. (It may not be the case now, but in the past, the 32-bit version of Cygwin seemed to be more complete than the 64-bit version; that's why it was chosen.)
The packages necessary to compiling tarsnap 1.0.39 from source were installed using Cygwin. The usual configure, make all, make install "dance" went off without a hitch.
tarsnap-keygen seems to work fine too (exit code is 0).
Unfortunately, tarsnap seems to hang when using the -c option. I see that data has been written to the cache directory, but that may only be the metadata, I don't know.
Does anyone have experience using tarsnap on Windows Server R2 and Cygwin?
Here is an example invocation of tarsnap that hangs:
$ tarsnap -c --dry-run -v -C /home/Administrator/ -f ab-1-1807221600 paultemp