Jacob Kaplan-Moss

17 items tagged β€œbackup”

πŸ“Œ Gmvault: gmail backup

Looking forward to replacing my hacky set of one-off backups scripts with this! #

πŸ“Œ sreitshamer/arq_restore - GitHub

Open source (BSD) restore utility for Arq. Makes me *much* more confidant about using a closed source backup tool. #

πŸ“Œ Online Backup for Mac | Arq | Haystack Software

The missing piece in my backup strategy, I think. #

πŸ“Œ Time Warp

Interesting idea: take your Time Machine backups and sync ’em to Amazon S3. I’ve been essentially doing the same thing by hand, but this looks much slicker. Worth a try, I think. #

πŸ“Œ Hot Standby - PostgreSQL Wiki

Run read-only queries against a database in recovery mode receiving shipped logs, thus allowing simple load balancing for read-heavy applications. This is a candidate for inclusion in Postgres 8.4; I really hope it makes it in. #

πŸ“Œ Dabble DB Blog: Giving Dabble DB a time machine #
πŸ“Œ clonus3 - Google Code

Alex’s excellent sync-to-s3 script that I didn’t realized he’d open-sourced. #

πŸ“Œ Dropbox - Home - Secure backup, sync and sharing made easy.

This looks fantastic. Can’t wait to get in on the beta. #

πŸ“Œ X.5 Time Machine (Quarter Life Crisis)

An amazingly in-depth look at how Time Machine works. #

πŸ“Œ ReadyNAS :: View topic - Making Time Machine work with the ReadyNAS

How to make Time Machine back up to your ReadyNAS. Slooooooow (especially over wifi), but far less fragile than just a single drive. #

πŸ“Œ Mac Forums - View Single Post - No Airdisk (Airport) Time Machine Backups!

Gotta try this when I get home. #

πŸ“Œ iphone-backup-decoder - Google Code

Decode your iPhone backup data stored on your computer. #

πŸ“Œ rdiff-backup: Main #
πŸ“Œ Managing RAID and LVM with Linux #
πŸ“Œ Dan Born - multicd

Perfect -- this is exactly the backup system I was looking for! #

πŸ“Œ macosxhints - Multi-DVD or (multi-CD) spanning backups with tar

Brilliantly simple multi-part backups using only standard tar. Not really just for macs, actually; I’ll probably end up using this on my Linux box. #

πŸ“Œ Easy Automated Snapshot-Style Backups with Rsync #