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Old 26th June 2005, 05:35 PM
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Information request on local server backup solutions for FC2 server

Hi All,

I'm new to this forum and hope I'm posting in the right one. I'm also a Linux novice but have access to staff with deeper understanding. Now my question. I've got a FC2 installation running as a web server on a Dell 2450 box. All is running just fine, but I do not have any backup going on and know that I *really* should.

I'm looking for recommendations on a relatively easy/simple way to backup specific directories/files across my local network to one of my Win2000 servers which has gobs of available disk space. Basically I want to be able to take a snapshot of specific files with, of course the ability to restore them should the active files get hosed. I'm using RaqBackup on my Cobalts which does a nightly dump of files via FTP to my Win2000 NAS and I'd like to be able to do the same with the FC2 box.

The FC2 server is on a lan with 2 Cobalt RAQ4's and 4 Win2000/2003 servers, fyi. Any help/recommendations/advice is much appreciated.

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