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I will add those in the next batch of updates to the questionnaire. Thanks for the tips. I answer that question in the post above already :- "only the partner that gave the least positive answers will be able to see the results.

This is done to avoid cheating by checking everything just to reveal your partners answers. My wife is much more reserved though. Yet I cannot see any of the common items.

In that case, she is the one that sees the common answers in her results page. The other day, while browsing Wikipedia, I wondered how hard it must be to have weird fetishes without being able to share them with someone or even to discuss them with your partner.

So the idea that struck me was that a computer could ask both partners about their fetishes, then compare their answers and finally reveal only the common ones.

So I thought I'd make a website about this. After a little brainstorming I thought that turning this into a full fledged sex questionnaire, aiming to give ideas to couples too, would be even better.

So I started making Sexionnaire. I had my girlfriend help me with the graphics and with compiling the huge questionnaire. It turns out the database is bigger than the site's code.

The site is written in PHP from scratch with a little jQuery for the expanding list effects and the asynchronous requests. Anyway the site can be found at sexionnaire.

It doesn't need your email or anything else. You just create a questionnaire pair, you give out the proper link to your partner, you click on your link and you both start solving the questionnaires it doesn't have to be done at the same time of course, the questionnaire links never expire.

When you are done you submit your answers and you are taken to the results page. There is a little twist though: only the partner that gave the least positive answers will be able to see the results.

Categories Please select the categories you would like to show up in the questionnaire:. The Basics. Other Fetishes.

Three ways to get started: One Computer Take the questionnaire one after the other. Two Computers - Email An email will be sent to your partner.

Two Computers - Links We will supply you with a link to send to your partner. Your information Your alias Please use a name that your partner will recognize as yours.

Your email. Your sex Male. Your partner's information Your partner's alias Please use a name that your partner will recognize as their own.

Your partner's email. Your partner's sex Male. Display all answers at the end of the questionnaire not recommended By default we only display results that both partners have selected "yes", or "maybe" to.

By checking this box, all questions will be displayed on the results page if both partners have selected an option.

Sexionaire Self-synchronization helps with redundancy detection in files like SQL dumps or other files that may Porno de latinas data inserted or removed from one archive to the next one. Rikki sixx twitter can be used to greatly reduce the amount of data transmitted over the wire in cases where you are creating a differential backup with the base files being piped over Girl sex men network as it will move the block hashing to the remote server instead of transferring the data to be hashed locally. I had a few goals in mind when Sexionaire starting writing Lar. The order Sex stories older women old. I've even used Lar to Sexionaire and restore a whole Minecraft server that I help admin Fickende lesben multiple shards deduplication works so nicely for these cases to a new box.

Please use a name that your partner will recognize as their own. Carnal Calibration Unearth your relationship's dormant sexual fantasies Carnal Calibration is a questionnaire designed for you to air all of your sexual fantasies with no limits.

What level do you and your partner feel comfortable with? Choosing an intensity will add additional questions to the list.

Beginner Like trying a new dish Intermediate You're right smack dab in the middle. Excuse the double entendre.

Advanced You could do this standing on your head and probably have. For anything and everything, but not everyone. Categories Please select the categories you would like to show up in the questionnaire:.

The Basics. Other Fetishes. Three ways to get started: One Computer Take the questionnaire one after the other. Two Computers - Email An email will be sent to your partner.

File sorting within the archive is done more quickly. It does not spawn "shasum" processes all the time directly, instead it will spawn a "sh -s" process and feed it the required commands to run shasum with proper piping to named pipes.

This makes a huge difference when compressing K files or more. Apparently, when you were archiving the current directory ".

This was not intended as I did not want Lar to touch the metadata of the current directory when extracting an archive.

I fixed it so that it will ignore any ". Progress indication when creating archives is now a percentage of data processed, not a percentage of files processed.

Some more minor improvements in speed and memory usage. Tuesday, March 3, Liquid Archiver v1. I swear I am not trying to post once a year, it's really a coincidence.

Like how the order of parameters matters in some cases as tar will ignore "--exclude" arguments if placed in the wrong position and apparently the order is different depending on the implementation of TAR.

Also I've never managed to get the exclusions working on the first try as I expect them to, especially if I need to combine multiple of them.

Am I trying to match the filename only? The whole path? Is it the relative path or the full path? Initially it meant "Lua ARchive" because a it's written in Lua and b it uses Lua patterns instead of regex for inclusions and exclusions.

But then I decided that it would be better to mention something about the nature of the format in the name rather than the language of the first implementation.

So "Lar" now stands for "Liquid ARchive" because of how archives flow in and out of output, without ever requiring to seek back to a previous position in the data stream.

I had a few goals in mind when I starting writing Lar. Some of the goals even had some unfortunate consequences, more on that below.

Other than reading the file and directory structure that you are trying to archive or creating the file and directory structure that you are trying to extract, there should be no direct reading or writing of the archive itself from the filesystem.

Archives are read purely from stdin and written out purely to stdout. That means no ability to seek inside the Lar archive that you are reading and no going back to write a header at the start of the archive you are writing.

I honestly just wanted to experiment with this. I did not know at the time how useful it would be to me but, I thought, since I'm bothering to make a new archive format, let's put something interesting in it.

That's subjective af, and I can subjectively say I succeeded. Of course I'm biased but I made this for myself after all so you can try it and see if you like it as well.

Goal 1 and goal 2 have the unfortunate consequence that it is impossible to extract a subset of the archive without also temporarily extracting useless data.

Deduplication is done at a 1MiB block level by default but when Lar encounters a block in the archive, it doesn't know yet if it's useful or not for the files it wants to extract.

The only way to know if a block is useful would be to have an index of files and which blocks are used for these files placed at the end of the archive, but since Lar cannot seek, it cannot read that index before it encounters the actual blocks.

And it cannot write the index on the front of the archive because that would also require it to seek back to the start of the archive after writing all the blocks, and seeks are not allowed because of goal 1.

So files are ordered primarily by extension, secondarily by their filename, and thirdly by their path. The archive is always anchored to the place you are when you run the command to create it.

I wanted to backup my computer one day in a Lar archive, and the next week I wanted to do the same backup but I would pass the old archive in Lar's input and Lar would create a new archive in its output which contains all the information about file metadata filenames, locations, modification dates etc but it would not contain any blocks that already exist in the previous week's backup.

In fact, I wanted to be able to pass an arbitrary number of older archives, possibly including archives that were already differential themselves, into Lar while creating a new archive which would contain none of the data blocks found in those base archives.

Obviously, to extract a differential archive, all the other archives that I used during its creation should be passed to Lar during the extraction as well.

You have 50MiB of duplicate data before the inserted row, which are exactly the same as the first 50MiB in last week's backup so they are properly deduplicated.

But the other 50MiB that are coming AFTER the inserted row, while exactly the same as last week, are shifted by a few bytes and now none of the blocks match any of the blocks from last week, so deduplication doesn't work.

I wanted deduplication to work for these cases as well. The way I solved that last issue was to find a way for blocks to "resynchronize" after the point where data has been inserted or removed.

It was obvious that I needed dynamically-sized blocks where the size depends on the contents of the block.

Perhaps I could score each possible place in a datastream by a "cutting" score and try to have a block that ends at the best possible cutting point which is not closer than 0.

That way two desynchronized datastreams will eventually end a block at the same cutting point, and after that, they will continue to deterministically end the next blocks at the same points.

If the above doesn't make sense to you, check the help page of lar. If that doesn't make sense either, leave a comment and I'll try to explain.

After writing the code for the self-synchronizing blocks, as I call them, I tried to find if someone else has done something similar. It seems that rsync have a somewhat similar way of finding common substrings in files and also Microsoft had used a very similar algorithm for copying files with small changes over the network.

Also, fuck patents. I spent hours trying to shift through all the shitty little patented things related to differential backups that every asshole has patented.

Then I remembered that I'm in Europe and software patents don't exist here, as far as I know at least.

But, still, patents are disgusting. Any law trying to legislate code is disgusting and people should eventually grow the fuck up and stop feeling entitled to every little shitty idea they come up with when some weird guy on the internet can reinvent it after giving it two days worth of thought.

So yeah, that was the list of goals I guess. Notice how being performant is not one of them. Eventually I may turn this into a C program that provides some core functions like SHA hashing and filesystem functions to the Lua script which will be embedded inside the C program.

Right now this is a pure Lua script, single file, no imported libraries, which depends on shasum and other standard Linux binaries to do what pure lua cannot do e.

I could already replace some of them with some Lua Rocks, but I don't like rocks. I'm not sure why but I never use them. I've tested Lar on Linux Mint, Raspbian and Ubuntu and it seems to work as long as you have shasum installed.

You should be able to install it with "apt install coreutils". For testing, other than some really minimal unit tests inside the code, I have a suit of weird edge cases that I had encountered that I run the code against every time I change it and I'll keep expanding that suit with more cases.

I have also been using Lar to archive and backup pretty much everything I archive and backup and I haven't seen any data corruption since the very first versions of the program.

I've even used Lar to backup and restore a whole Minecraft server that I help admin with multiple shards deduplication works so nicely for these cases to a new box.

This is version 1. The first number is the file format version, the second is the program version. If I even advance the file format version I will reset the program version i.

Here's the help page of Lar with more info about the currently available features: lar - Liquid Archive version 1. Existing files are overwritten during extraction, if permissions allow that.

Liquid archives are designed to be streamable both during creation and during extraction. They also eliminate redundancy on a 1MiB block level or smaller for files smaller than 1MiB.

A side effect of these two design goals is that during extraction with inclusion or exclusion filters, all the data needs to extracted on disk and then partially discarded.

Lar ignores file ownership both when archiving and when extracting.

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