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Re: Inexpensive way to backup data

> Jack wrote: 
>>  Jim, 

>> If you have both Unix and windows, I would suggest backuppc.  If it is 
>> Unix 
>> only, dervish does well. 
>> Just a thought. 
> It's funny, I just started to install backuppc when your mail arrived. 
> I've been perusing for the differences between the 
> recommended backup means, rdiff, rsync-snapshot etc...The difficulty I 
> have with the rdiff/rsync approaches are that they seem to depend on a 
> single destination for the backup for the diff/incremental to work. The 
> documentation for backuppc seems to anticipate the multi-disc approach. 
> For now I'm going to begin testing using a spare partition. 
> Jim KR 

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