Before I pose my question, I am not intending to start a flame-war of
any sort -- I'm just searching for "different" ways of doing things.
With so many different version control systems available (aside from
the traditional "keep current backups" solution), I am curious:
Q: What is *your* favorite/suggestion solution to keep (working)
versions of configuration files, in case something goes awry?
i do backups of whole system (not just configs) with rsync+cp -lpR to have
multiple generations. this way i don't need ZFS or UFS snapshots to do
as i have backups i always can get things from it.
But "Best Practice(TM)" is YOUR BEST PRACTICE, most suited to yourself.
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