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Last post Author Topic: Realtime backups  (Read 8577 times)

apankrat

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Re: Realtime backups
« Reply #25 on: September 04, 2011, 11:56:19 AM »
oblivion : about the junctions, I found this thread on the Bvckup forum, I don't know if it will be of any help to you. BTW, if you're still trying Bvckup, how are you getting on with the filters ? I'm having problems including some files from a folder and excluding all others ...

Not to pollute the thread - redone filters and junction support are the part of v2. See here for details. Shoot me an email at ap-at-swapped-dot-cc and I will help you with v1 filters.

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Re: Realtime backups
« Reply #26 on: September 04, 2011, 12:52:02 PM »
@joiwind: the junctions thread just stirred a bit more mud into the puddle. And the filters... well, apankrat explained on a thread here that exclusions are a bit of a conceptual issue...

@InstantFundas: thanks, that looks worth a look too!
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Re: Realtime backups
« Reply #27 on: September 04, 2011, 02:31:20 PM »
I remember being quite impressed with 12ghosts backup

+! for 12Gosts, it's the best thing I've found for individual files, or for folders.

I don't know if they're one of the companies that have a permanent discount, but, at present, 2011-09-04, their site says:
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12G-Complete™
(including all our tools)       $74.95    $49.95    
12G-Security™                   $49.95    $34.95         
12G-SysTools™                   $49.95    $34.95         
12G-Automation™                 $49.95    $34.95         
12G-Files&More™                 $49.95    $34.95         
 
12G-Backup                      $29.95    $19.95

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Re: Realtime backups
« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2011, 06:55:03 AM »
I use one called Yadis Backup. Simple backup program, not too many configuration options, but works for me.

I much prefer Bvckup  ;D
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