Hello Michael, usualy i like to make a backup of some Paths of my Laptop.
So i think a rsnapshot should be a good idea. So i will have a look to your second Link you provide. Kind Regards Jens Geier "Michael Kubler" <mdk...@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4b542e73.8040...@gmail.com... > What is it you want to do? > Do you want to create a client for RSYNC, or maybe rsync to AmazonS3 > <http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/007641.html> (which is > admittedly hard), or maybe use something like rsnapshot > <http://www.rsnapshot.org/> to have rsync + snapshot functionality, > which is great when you get a whole heap of corrupt data that gets > sync'd across, you can go back to an old snapshot instead of loosing > everything. > > Michael Kubler > *G*rey *P*hoenix *P*roductions <http://www.greyphoenix.biz> > Mobile : 0433483008 > > I believe in a better world. I support the Zeitgeist Movement > <http://www.zeitgeistsa.com>. > > > Jens Geier wrote: >> Hello, >> >> as sugestet i tried backup by using RSYNC. >> It is working fine. >> >> But i have some more Questions for this software. >> >> Is here some one that can help me with it? >> >> Kind Regards >> Jens Geier > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php