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Linux and desktops on isolated LAN

Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> Until our genuine backup infrastructure arrives (lto drive, etc), the
> plan would be to push saved data from the server out to the desktops, so
> the desktop hard drives become the backup medium.  Looking for options
> for desktops being on the Windows or Linux partitions, too.

Oh, I see.  Well, you could set up a cron job that tars up everything and
scp's it over to whatever clients are currently in linux (need password-less
logins).  Or have each client export their own 'archive' nfs/windows-file
share, and have the server mount them and copy to it.


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