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Re: debian como servidor de arquivos

Julio Cesar de Magalhaes <jcesar@ipea.gov.br> writes:

> Tenho um servidor assim que roda muito bem . Mas prefiro nao usar FTP
> e sim o AMANDA para fazer backup . Assim eu tenho um controle de
> trafego na rede pois ele faz um backup incremental diariamente e full
> somente em um dia da semana .

Nao conheco o AMANDA. Pelo que vi, algo semelhando que jah estah
disponivel no Debian eh o afbackup. Veja a descricao:

Description: Client-Server Backup System (Server side)
 This is a client-server backup system offering several workstations a
 centralized backup to a special backup server. Backing up only one
 computer is easily possible, too. Any streaming device can be used
 for writing the data to it, usually this will be a tape
 device. Writing backups is normally done sequentially: The next
 writing to tape goes to the end of the previous write no matter where
 you have restored from in the meantime.
  - Authentication of the client is performed before it can take over control
  - Access restriction for the streamer device -> security
  - Client-side per-file compression -> reliability
  - Data stream is written to tape in pieces -> fast finding of files
  - Tape position logging for each file
  - Tape capacity is fully used
  - Full / incremental backups
  - Raw partitions can be backed up
  - Client and Server buffering for maximal throughput is done
 Note: Tk is required if you want to use the graphical configuration
 tool instead of the text configuration tool.

O cliente encontra-se no pacote afbackup-client


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