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    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Yeah I know, but if I want to hide the fact that it's amazon traffic
    From who?
    the machine running acd_cli if you set HTTPS_PROXY, the host would not know its amazon traffic
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Well the question is is https proxies possible with in this case double encryption and in the case of http just encryption?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    well...
    http traffic wont go over the HTTPS_PROXY
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    @Rudde if you want to encrypt your traffic, use a VPN...
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    VPN won't be an option in this usercase, I was wondering if encrypted HTTP proxy is possible (not socks) or stunnel'ed HTTP proxy. But I need some help with L2TP too if you're good at it :P
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Well no traffic goes over HTTP, so not to be too concerned
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    That answer your question :D?
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah I get that in this specific case, but I was wondering in general if it was possible? And I'm still concerned with acd_cli not doing certificate validation if I'm on a HTTP proxy or using it plain.
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    It is... It's because everything is passed through
    The certificates are valid, there's no issue there
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    I was more thinking in a MIB attack.
    MIM*
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Then the certificate WOULDNT be valid
    that's not a concern
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Amazon still having issues? :S
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    not to my knowledge
    actually, yes... no body response
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Is it possible to get acd_cli upload to overwrite but only for files who are not identical?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    How would acd_cli know the file is non-identical?
    You can compare MD5s I guess, but that’s a lot of local CPU processing
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah with the stored md5 values. my question is if there is any way to make acd_cli upload do this
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    … no
    but that’s a LOT of CPU overhead to compute the MD5s locally
    You could just refer to the last modified date
    and upload newer files
    if you’re using the unionfs guide - then the date would work, and you could cache the last upload time
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    I am using UnionFS, but where is this guide?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    The one from amc.ovh?
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Oh yeah, I've seen that one
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    I assumed that’s the one you meant as you linked to it before
    That’s why you need it right? you want to upload changed file?
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    yes
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Then I’d suggest you just cache locally the time you upload a file
    Then upload files with a newer modification date than that
    MD5ing on the other hand is very expensive, no point in it
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah
    but I don't want to upload all the identical files
    wich would be WAY more expensive
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Depends
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    No that doesn't depend
    it is WAY more expensive
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    If you md5 AND upload, that’s more than just uploading
    so no, it depends.
    I’d just rely on modification times if I were you, then you wouldnt need to MD5 or upload identical files
    providing you’re not copying unmodified files, but union is smarter than that
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Well I have 3-4-5 TB of unchanged data and maybe 50M til 5G of chaned data
    And I don't want it to md5 files not modified sicne last md5 check.