storeBackup is a Disk-to-Disk Backup Tool for Linux

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

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
ready 0000000000 0 Bytes about 13 years
storeBackup-1.19.config.default 0000010826 10.6 KB about 13 years
storeBackup-1.19.diff 0000000556 556 Bytes about 13 years
storeBackup-1.19.tar.bz2 0000097463 95.2 KB about 13 years
storeBackup-README.SUSE 0000000289 289 Bytes about 13 years
storeBackup.changes 0000002744 2.68 KB almost 12 years
storeBackup.spec 0000004967 4.85 KB almost 12 years
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