Il giorno Venerdi, Febbraio 09, 2018 16:35 CET, "John H. Bennett III" 
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> Well, that sucks for us as a whole.  I know you are running a  
> business, and have the need to provide value add reliable services.   
> For the distro as a whole, I don't feel we have to good solid backup  
> solution, anymore.  Flexbackup and DAR just don't seem to be cutting  
> it.  Flexbackup is way too slow for large amounts of data.  Don't get  
> me wrong, I have personally never had any issues with flexbackup.   
> When it works, and can complete within the backup window, it works  
> great for me, and restores have also always worked,  DAR seems  
> inconsistent from some of the things I've seen in the forumsm but I  
> don't think I really have any choice but to do some additional  
> testing.  That is just my opinion, I'm sure there are those of you  
> that are running this pretty reliably.
> So, I'll have to find time to do more DAR testing on my own, and see  
> if I can live with the built in method, and also do some testing with  
> backuppc starting with the old contrib and seeing if that can be  
> updated to use the newer versions.  Not having any experience with  
> backuppc, I'd want it to backup to a CIFS share, like DAR can do, then  
> I'd need to be able to restore single files, and a whole system.  I'm  
> not a coder, so I'm not 100% sure how to get those pieces incorporated  
> at the moment.
> I do appreciate all that responded.

I agree.. Dar has some issues

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