edubuntu-users Digest, Vol 60, Issue 5
I would use some scheduled copying of users files to two alternating
disks and a third (+fourth) taking a complete image of the server as
This way you can either restore single files and/or the whole server
when things go wrong.
I am using this method today, running daily file-backups to a
fileserver and manually making images once a week as backup for a
non-critical webserver I administrate.
2011/5/13 Gilles Dubois <email@example.com>:
> I don't know anything about tapes.
> But know I consider that external USB drive with 1TB capacity are so cheap,
> that I decided to use them for the same purpose, together with clonezilla.
> We are making an image of the server every week.
> We had to restore one time ; it worked very well.
> For additionnal safety maybe you could use two such disks alternatively.
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