I'm wondering how and how often people run repozo. Myself am running it to 
perform one full backup every night (after a pack), and a incremental one 
every hour (which needs about 15 min. with nice -n19).

What bothers me, however, is the fact, that the backup process is real hit on 
the overall performance (espacially . The server in question has a RAID-5 
setup, storing the backups on the same array as it reads the Data.fs from. 
Obviously, this keeps the harddisk quite busy during the backup.

Now, did anyone try to let repozo write the backups onto a nfs share on 
another machine? Would that reduce the hit?

Besides that, how often do you guys run your backups? In fact, I never needed 
to recover one until now, but if the case ever happens, I would prefer to 
have as recent data as possible, of course.

Thanks, Sascha
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