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Amanda Network Backup: Open Source Backup for Linux, Windows, UNIX and OS X

Amanda: The Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver

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    overclock.net Please help! offsite backup/remote computer access

    My suggestion is (in order to reduce the complexity of the setup) the following: ). b) the remote computer starts ALWAYS the connection to the local PC group, when you need to access to the local PC and when you need to make the backup. There are free Backup programs (like ad example http://www.a... Read article

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    pcqanda.com PCQandA.com - Viewing topic #473064 - Linux and backup software

    This is probably the best known software for doing what you ask for: http://www.amanda.org / Start here: http://www.amanda.org/docs/index.html There's also bacula: http://www.bacula.org / You might be better off to look into Acronis backup software for Windows. It would be a more user friendly so... Read article

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    identi.ca Ulises Hernandez Pino (ulises)'s status on Thursday, 26-May-11 21:51:49 UTC - Identi.ca

    @ galac testing Amanda 3.2.2 http://www.amanda.org on FreeBSD server and Squeeze and Windows as clients > chevere saber como te fue con esto All Identi.ca content and data are available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. Ulises Hernandez Pino (ulises)'s status on Thursday, 26-May... Read article

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    gnu.org GNU tar 1.26: 5. Performing Backups and Restoring Files

    Some users are enthusiastic about Amanda (The Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver), a backup system developed by James da Silva ‘jds@cs.umd.edu’ and available on many Unix systems. This is free software, and it is available from http://www.amanda.org . This chapter documents both th... Read article

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    scofaq.aplawrence.com What are some third-party backup/recovery products? (SCO)

    Unix, Xenix and ODT General FAQ This article is from a FAQ concerning SCO operating systems. While some of the information may be applicable to any OS, or any Unix or Linux OS, it may be specific to SCO Xenix, Open Desktop or Openserver. There is lots of Linux, Mac OS X and general Unix info else... Read article

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    opencsw.org Amanda - Solaris package

    Software Name Version Software name Reverse dependencies ( 0 ) Software name Libraries dependencies ( 10 ) The following tables display the sub list of packages, from the reverse dependencies, that depends on the libs provided by amanda. Dependency Hosted document have their own copyright notices... Read article

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    terminalapp.net Mac OS X Server | Terminal.app

    The main two points I’m focused on is reliability and speed. I want a backup system I can trust that won’t take the age of the universe to recover a file. I’ve been using Amanda for a while now to backup all the Macs in our workgroup (10 machines) and so far I’m nothing but happy. Amanda is an op... Read article

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    code.v.igoro.us What's New in Amanda: Hackability

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    wiki.openafs.org NewProjects

    HPUX11Port -- Missing RX code reconstructed. Header needed, available from HP. Available in 1.2.10. ? NetBSDPort -- No timeline available. ? AmandaBackup -- Support for backup using Amanda . In progress. Contact Mitch Collinsworth. BetterDocumentation -- Contact Russ Allbery MaemoPort -- Porting ... Read article

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    tivano.com Tivano Software GmbH - Software - Amanda CD-RW Taper

    Tivano Software GmbH - Individuelle eBusiness Softwareentwicklung, Replacement which enables Amanda to dump backups on CD-RW and DVD+RW. Amanda CDRW-Taper Read article

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    mooreds.com Dan Moore! » 2003 » November

    For calendaring, I haven’t found anything quite as slick as Outlook, but Courier promises web based calendaring, and Mozilla Calendar , when paired with a WebDAV enabled web server , like Apache with mod_dav , allows you to share calendars (it does require you to install the Mozilla browser on ev... Read article

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    linuxappfinder.com AMANDA Client | Linux App Finder

    For example, a ~2 Gb 8mm tape on a ~240K/s interface to a host with a large holding disk can be filled by Amanda in under 4 hours. * built on top of standard backup software: Unix dump/restore, and later GNU Tar and others. * does simple tape management: will not overwrite the wrong tape. * suppo... Read article

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    lnxpowered.org Image and Incremental backups | Mikes Thoughts

    Been looking at a few different snapshot based backup programs which either use rsync or something close. I don’t want or need some amanda or arkeia type thing. What I’ve settled on now are: rsnapshot – this one does some … Continue reading → Image and Incremental backups Read article

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    infoworld.com Say hello to AMANDA, a new open source storage app | Storage - InfoWorld

    Say hello to AMANDA, a new open source storage app Startup Zmanda to support backup applications for MySQL databases Startup Zmanda to support backup applications for MySQL databases The Need for Enterprise-Grade File Sharing and Synchronization The year's best hardware, software, and cloud servi... Read article

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    searchdatabackup.techtarget.com Open-source data backup options for your data center

    Your data center's backup needs might be able to be met by an open-source data backup software package, possibly saving you money and giving you greater control over its functionality. W. Curtis Preston reviews Amanda, Bacula and BackupPC open source backup software. More News and Tutorials Read article

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