rsync for incremential backups
linux-guru at gcfl.net
Sun Oct 14 11:52:43 EST 2001
I've been using a combination of find/tar to do incremential backups
on my server, but if there is any change to huge files, I have to
include the whole file in the backup.
It would be nice to have a way to store just the changes (like rsync
apparently calculates) instead of the whole file (like a binary patch
file or something). Is there a way to do this with rsync?
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