[rescue] a 'data' rescue

Angel Martin Alganza ama at ugr.es
Mon Mar 24 12:10:06 CDT 2008

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 12:57:06PM -0400, der Mouse wrote:

> Just having 10T of data doesn't mean that doing it over the net
> wouldn't work.  If the rate of changes is low, only the initial copy
> would be expensive; updates could - should - be sent as deltas.

Also, the first copy can (if it can :-) be made locally and later move
the drive to the final location, where incremental backups will follow.

> Of course, this is not to say that any particular backup system is
> prepared to take advantage of that. :-/

How about dirvish?  I really love it.


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