Backup scripts

Hans Fugal hans at fugal.net
Tue Mar 31 11:44:07 MDT 2009


Jonathan Duncan wrote:
> 
> On 29 Mar 2009, at 17:52, Gabriel Gunderson wrote:
> 
>> Any recommendations for a backup script?  I'm just about to revisit
>> the one I wrote and thought, "someone has already done this *and* done
>> a better job of it then me."
>>
>> My needs are not that different then most people: hard-links with a
>> few weeks of archives, key based auth, encrypted and compressed in
>> transit, simple reporting, and configurable.  Oh yeah, I also would
>> like to stop and resume the jobs and have it pick up where it left
>> off.
>>
>> So, yeah, I've googled it, but I've come to trust the opinions of
>> those on this list more then hitting the "Feeling Lucky" button  ;)
>> Thanks again.
>>
> 
> TimeMachine++
> 
> Not sure if there is something similar on Linux.
> 
> I have used rsync with some success.
> 

Too bad time machine doesn't work over the network. Seriously, what were
they thinking?

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