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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
26
awarded  Teacher
Feb
26
revised Citadel 550 Invalid recipient
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Feb
26
answered Citadel 550 Invalid recipient
Feb
26
comment Citadel 550 Invalid recipient
I haven't though about it. As this is a fresh debian install, and citadel being around for a long time... I will drop them a line on BBS uncensored and will update here.
Feb
26
asked Citadel 550 Invalid recipient
Feb
7
awarded  Supporter
Mar
15
comment What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
This is awesome mate! I will vote as soon as I get 15 rep.
Mar
2
comment What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
What about using SVN on /etc/ ?
Mar
2
comment What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
@ Zoredache : Let me get some clarification about dirvish : I have a server who explodes in a datacenter , the hosting company will then give me a new server (Same IP, but maybe, different hardware). I will then install from scratch a Debian, and use gzip images from dirvish , to restore the lost filesystem. That should work this way isn't it? @DaffyDuc : You're right, about the config files : I should keep an historic of it : For example, a hacker get's into the server, uninstall some packages, and change some mandatory conf files, if I restore the last saved backup, I will be f*^^*d.
Mar
2
comment What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
I Didn't know dirvish, this looks to be a good product.
Mar
2
awarded  Student
Mar
2
comment What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
on of our servers have a lot of small files, it is a SOAP server, and I keep all the xml calls/answers for debugging purpose (the last months).
Mar
2
asked What do you think about this Debian Backup strategy?
Dec
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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asked How to make logrotate keep the last week into the current .log