On 02/04/13 19:42, Dale R. Worley wrote:
>> From: Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com>
>> Dale, from my perspective it's fairly obvious that a tool like Puppet, 
>> Chef, or CFEngine is the way to go about here.
> Those look way too heavy-weight for me.  I just need a tool that keeps
> track of the deltas to files that are due to my intervention vs. the
> deltas to the files that are due to the distributed version of the
> software.
> Dale
I'd suggest the use something like rsnapshot - it's designed for the
job. You wouldn't get the same complete history of changes that git
might supply, but practically speaking you can have weeks of backups to
fall back on.

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