|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] Could someone please suggest a backup strategy?|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Jun 2007 22:11:48 -0700|
|User-agent:||Lmail 18.104.22.168 (X11/20070529)|
i've been able to finally
create a simple rdiff-backup file consisting of basically one line:|
echo "Hi everyone! This is my first script!"
sudo rdiff-backup /home/frazelle09/Documents /home/frazelle09/Network/JALALFRAZELLE/200Gig/HomeBackups
As you can probably tell, this copies my /home directory to another computer. i have copied the resulting directories and subdirectories and the rdiff-file to a DVD.
Can anyone suggest a good strategy to backup say every two weeks? When i used to use Windows, i'd use a file manager and just select all the new or changed files once a month, output in the original folder structure, and copy the whole thing to a CD, but rdiff-backup looks more elegant and it's something that i may even be able to continue to work on as time goes on.
Any help would be appreciated! Have a great evening! :-)
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