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Cheapest way to backup data

On Feb 21, 2009, at 1:34 PM, 100ji wrote:
> 1) having your own raid.
> 2) Store it on the cloud.
> 3) Pool free storage (gmail, free online storage etc..)

RAID isn't data integrity.  It is media integrity.

Cloud and free pool have shown lack of data integrity.

I use Time Machine on my Macs for routine backups.  For my work Linux  
desktop I rsync my home directory to a flash drive and rsync to one of  
my Macs at home.

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