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7. Backup and Restore

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A secure and reliable server is closely related to performing regular backups. Failures will probably occur sometimes. They may be caused by attacks, hardware failure, human error, power outages, etc. The safest method of doing backups is to record them in a location separate from your Linux system like over a network, from tape, removable drive, writable CD-ROM, etc.

 
 
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