lee_b at digitalunleashed.com
Thu Jul 14 22:56:09 UTC 2005
I have a big, noisy machine that I don't like to leave running. However, I
*do* want to use it as a scheduled backup server.
So, I'm thinking I can have it start up automatically at certain times of the
day using the bios alarm, then run a backup script, and shutdown again.
Does anyone have an idea of how to do this? The best thing I can think of so
far is to just shutdown after doing the scheduled backup, if the time is in a
certain range (at night, for instance).
Any better approaches to this?
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