rdiff-backup is it best openSource continous backup solution?
Tyler J. Wagner
tyler at tolaris.com
Thu Feb 21 05:59:59 UTC 2013
On 2013-02-20 23:30, Rajeev Prasad wrote:
> I realized that a complete snapshot of the system (my requirement #6),
> which can be restored in one go (all OS/Apps/data etc.) is best done using
> software like clonezilla (I am looking at clonezilla right now).
For all OS/Apps/Data, you need only a tool that copies files and your OS
install media. Rsync does that just fine. Clonezilla can also copy
partitions, LVM, and other block-level data structures.
> I liked rdiff-backup when i saw it first time, but when i saw last release
> was in 2009. I wanted to be sure, if there is devolpment being done on it
> (say for another LTS release if any FS changes comes along etc.). So I
> asked if active devlopment is happenign on it or not.
>From the website, it doesn't appear to be in active development. There are
plenty of GUI tools that use it underneath.
"Referring to obesity as a 'form of malnutrition' comes with no moral
judgments attached, no belief system, no veiled insinuations of gluttony
and sloth. It merely says that something is wrong with the food supply
and it might behoove us to find out what."
-- Gary Taubes, "Why We Get Fat"
More information about the ubuntu-server