brad.farrell at shaw.ca
Wed Sep 10 05:31:22 GMT 2008
That is basically what I do when setting up a new client for remote backups.
I copy their data to an external drive of some sort, then to the destination
server. Then remote backups will keep things updated from there.
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No one ????
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 11:06 PM, Franck Y <franck110 at gmail.com> wrote:
I am building another backup server.
I want to copy the data to be able to have a perfect copy on both server.
If i tar the folder (that i want to sync) on my current computer and i move
it to the new one and untar it.
When i will sync it first, will he download again the data ? The amount of
data is pretty huge (50 Go) ?
If yes do you have any other plan ?
Thanks for you enlightenment
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