I've been using a program called rdiff-backup (
http://rdiff-backup.stanford.edu/ ), based on librsync.  This package
creates a mirror of your server (or any portion thereof) on a remote
server, and keeps track of changes.  It only sends changes (ie diff)
across the wire, including binaries, so after the initial copy it's pretty
bandwidth efficient.

It's not in ports ( or wasn't recently ) and takes a little extra work to
build it, but IMHO it's well worth the effort.

Alvin Gunkel
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