Re: Encrypted backups
On 13/01/2004, Alexander Neumann wrote:
> * Marcus Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> [I meant to send this to the list]
> Thanks. I was just writing a mail about honoring the
> Mail-Followup-To:-Header... ;)
Sigh.. one of my wish list items for TheBat! is proper reply actions
such as this. One day I'll get my arse into gear and try to write a
macro for it but until then.....
>> > You are able to store the backup-files on a local disk...
>> Yes, but then we lose the ability to take them offsite.
> Hu? Why that?
> Using duplicity you usually end up with a lot of files (all around 5MB
> in size) and you are freee to move them whereever you like.
Oh, ok. Perhaps I will give it a try. Obviously the next problem will
be how stable it is (theres mention of use in non-production
environment on the homepage). This is for my company's backups so it
has to be rock solid.
Marcus Williams -- http://www.quintic.co.uk
Quintic Ltd, 39 Newnham Road, Cambridge, UK
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