Yes, rdiff-backup maintains a copy of
the files and a diff directory where it stores the changes, if you
need the latest version is always ready to go. Only if you need
lost/deleted files it takes some time to process the diff....
El 8/4/15 a las 18:33, Ricky Huang escribió:
My friend recommend rdiff-backup so I am currently
researching it for my backup solution. I am brand new to the
system so please forgive me for any dumb questions.
What I am looking for is a FreeBSD backup solution
that will duplicate my multiple mission-critical servers to a
remote system in case something goes bad. In case something bad
does happen, I’d like to invoke a command and be able to restore
the entire system back, not having to do a rebuild then copy
files back as that will have a longer downtime.
Is rdiff-backup the correct solution for my use
case? If so, does anyone have any information on whole-system
level backup examples / documentations? I have read
documentations on the site already, but they mostly talk about
directories. I am sure there are caveats when one’s backing up
Thanks in advance.
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