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Re: Inexpensive way to backup data

 On Jan 20, 2008 7:54 AM, James Kramer <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> I am using as an inexpensive virtual server provider.  They 
> provide me with a static IP and all the tools that I ever needed to 
> operate the server.  I can not be more pleased with their operation. 
> Recently, I was trying to rsync my home network data files with my 
> server at Linode and I ran out of disk space.  I inquired to Linode 
> about increasing my disk space indicating that I need the least 
> expensive method possible.  They directed me to the Amazon S3 AWS 
> service.  They also provided a Howto to set up a cron job to do daily 
> backups of my data files:  Here's a link to the howTo: 
> Check out the cost to store data listed at the bottom of the URL 

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