Backup System using Rsnapshot on Ubuntu 12.04

Rsnapshot makes a “full backup” and uses this rsync and hard links . This ensures that (for rsync), the changes are transferred and the Hard links allow a space-saving multi-step backup. The file system on the backup disk must of course allow hard links. Backups of remote hosts using “rsync over ssh “or rsync server […]
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How to use Git for Linux backup management

For backup we need an external host where we can store our configuration files. Generally we are using separate remote servers or Cloud Storage for this purpose. In this example I will show you how can we use Github or any Git repository for backup policy. For this we need to create a account on […]
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How to monitor Directories for any changes and take some action after the change

Do you want to replicate your file system after any changes occurred? There is an application named .incron. for this type of work. The incrond (inotify cron daemon) is a daemon which monitors filesystem events (such as add a new file, delete a file and so on) and executes commands or shell scripts. It.s use […]
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