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Computers crash, disks become corrupt, data is lost, security is compromised. Today, computers are pretty reliable and it is rare to lose data but it can happen and usually when it is most inconvenient! Important work should always be backed up.

In this chapter we review approaches to backup. We begin with simple approaches, including backing up to CD and the use of a commercial backup system called Legato NetWorker (also known as the Solstice NetWorker).

Alternatives include backup2l, backuppc, bacula, cdbackup, dar, and mondo.


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