Re: System Administrator's Manual
Thanks for your mail. I am not currently involved in the Debian
Documentation Project (I gave it up for lack of time a couple of years
ago), so I am forwarding this to the debian-doc mailing list.
On Tue, 2002-08-13 at 23:12, Markus Amersdorfer wrote:
> I've recently come across the backup-page of the manual on
> I've been dealing a little bit with backups lately setting up kbackup on
> two machines' and am generally quite happy with it. As I sometimes even
> write down a few letters in order not to forget how I accomplished
> things to work :), I thought you could take a look at
> Perhaps you can need it somehow?
> I haven't written anything "official" yet, so I don't really know how to
> structure it correctly to fit your needs. Perhaps you could give me hint
> or two if necessary...
> Concerning chapter "12.5 Types of backup":
> As far as I recall, "Differential Backups" are known as "backing up
> everything that has changed since last full backup", whereas
> "Incremental Backups" mean "backing up everything that has changed since
> last full or incremental backup".
> Anyway, I definitely ain't a backup professional...
> Would appreciate it to here from you... :)
> So long,
> An expert is someone who can tell you exactly afterwards,
> why his prognosis was not correct. < Winston Churchill >
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