gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 18:54:48 UTC 2010
Den 2010-10-28 20:31:18 skrev Bill Wright <pegasus at sc.rr.com>:
> can anyone recommend a good backup app for linux?
I wrote a shell script for that, strictly designed for my own needs only,
so I didn't use any backup applications so far. However I just bought the
latest Linux Format issue and there was a backup application test. They
seem to recommend one called Déjà Dup and they gave it 9 points out of 10.
This is what they tested:
Déjà Dup – 9 – ”A podium contender that offers excryption and incremental
Fwbackups – 8 – ”It's fast and with great options and documentation.
Keep – 8 – ”Easy and fast. Offers compression and good documentation.”
Pybackpack – 7 – ”A lack of active development and compression options
hold this back.”
Back In Time – 7 – ”Vary fast. If you don't care for compression, this is
a great tool.”
LuckyBackup – 7 – ”Poor performance and too many pitfalls hold this back
Simple Backup Suite – 6 – ”This isn't designed to be a home solution but
it's ideal for system data.”
Backerupper – 5 – ”Not actively developed and pales in comparison to
All applications are free (GPL).
For more details about the test, you should probably buy Linux Format
issue 138, I suppose…
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