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Re: [linux-392] Re: eBox feedback: backups

From: Adalberto B
Sent on: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 4:44 PM
If "Cannot afford to re-image" means that either have not time or money to pay anyone to make it for you. just take a look and let it for the weekend "" and also combine it with a these days even iphones have something similar. This way, the Computer work and you rest, kind of.?

On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 6:57 PM, Bruce Ingalls <[address removed]> wrote:
If "Cannot afford to re-image" means that you cannot afford downtime, then I recommend spending $800 for Acronis Disk Image and buy a duplicate drive. Even works with BSDs, and I recall that support was good, too.
This will mean a few hours of downtime on Sunday morning, however.

If?"Cannot afford to re-image" means that you've no cannot afford ~$50 for an used IDE drive, then you'll have to explain what resources you do have.

I'm not familiar with the other software you mention, but a simple OpenVPN setup is easier than many backup solutions.
I'd heard of some front-ends to Amazon S3, such as JungleDisk, which are cheap and easy.
Otherwise, I can recommend some Linux backup experts.
HTH, Bruce

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