Best local backup program for upload to cloud?
ubuntu at tigershaunt.com
Fri Dec 5 16:17:50 UTC 2014
On 14-12-05 11:00 AM, John Hupp wrote:
> ght now.
> Copy.com offers 15GB of free storage with a Linux client, but the
> client is really just a sync program, and you have to place all your
> files in a designated sync folder. If you
If I were to go 'cloud', I would just use Rsync.net. No 'free GB's
though'. Rsync as a backup client for Linux just can't be beat, and
there are GUI front ends available.
But monthly fees for simple data storage always strikes me as being a
ridiculous waste of money. When giving the question a bit of thought,
most clients have no problem plucking a cheap, often refurbed computer
with a large hardrive at a secondary location with Internet access, and
then have offsite backups with insanely fewer restrictions/expense.
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