[NBLUG/talk] talk idea (backing up your system)
rhayes at silcom.com
Wed Feb 15 13:21:32 PST 2006
I haven't seen anyone mention mondo-archive yet.
I've been toying with it on and off, and it works on my debian box, it burns
directly to CD or DVD, AND it has the ability to create bare metal
But it has a unique file format, and I can't quite get my head around not
being able to 'see' what's in there (black-box aversion mentality).
On Monday 13 February 2006 03:16 pm, Aaron Grattafiori wrote:
> Hey all...
> I have thought about doing a talk on open-source backup methods in the
> near future (3+ months away). Things like doing backups of drives to
> other drives.. backing up using scripts, backup laptops to servers over
> the network, etc. I'd talk about some different ways to do things and a
> little about the various protocols. I'd probably do a live demo
> (network or local) and release a perl script that would have some pretty
> strong functionality. I'd also like to cover encrypting your backup
> image or drive, as well as compression and verifing integrity.
> (has this already been covered at nblug?)
> Is this something you would be intrested in hearing about?
> Is this something you've had trouble with?
> Is this something you currently are wondering about or you already wrote
> a script ?
> Anything you would like to hear about in specific?
> thanks for any and all input,
> -Aaron Grattafiori
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