storeBackup is a disk-to-disk backup tool for Linux

storeBackup is a disk-to-disk backup tool for Linux. It should run on
other Unix like machines. You can directly browse through the backuped
files (locally, via NFS, via SAMBA or whatever). This gives the users
the possibility to restore files absolutely easily and fast. He/She
only has to copy (and possibly uncompress) the file. The is also a
tool for easily restoring (sub) trees for the administrator. Every
single backup of a specific time can be deleted without affecting the
other existing backups.

Before you can start using storeBackup, please carefully read
/usr/share/doc/packages/storeBackup/README
and create an appropriate configuration file
/etc/storebackup.d/storebackup.config
using
/usr/share/doc/packages/storeBackup/storebackup.config.default
as a template.

Author:
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Dr. Heinz-Josef Claes (2001-2008)

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Filename Size Changed Actions
storeBackup-3.2.config.default 0000013252 12.9 KB about 10 years
storeBackup-3.2.diff 0000000408 408 Bytes about 10 years
storeBackup-3.2.tar.bz2 0000158250 155 KB over 10 years
storeBackup-3.2_01.pdf 0000577317 564 KB over 10 years
storeBackup-README.SUSE 0000000289 289 Bytes about 13 years
storeBackup.changes 0000002938 2.87 KB about 10 years
storeBackup.spec 0000003976 3.88 KB about 10 years
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