What to use for incremental backup?

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What to use for incremental backup?

Postby mcastel on Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:22 am

Hi all,

I have the necessity to backup a complex directory structure (on an external usb disk), and to make - at periodic interval - backups only for the changed files (i.e. incremental backup?). Considering that I'd prefer to map the files/directories * as they are * for having the possibility to easy navigate among them (no compression or partition backup should be involved) which is the best/simplest program that can do such task ?

Thanks a lot in advance,

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Re: What to use for incremental backup?

Postby solar1951 on Fri Apr 11, 2008 11:32 am

Try Grsync its the graphical equivalent of rsync and will do what you want. Its in the repos.
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