Tagged: bash

Backup with rsync a la time machine: a proof

I am struggling for backups since ever. I assume just like anybody. For my personal machines I used rsync in combination with my script taritdate.sh. Then I kept reading online about using rsync for incremental backups but I could not find any simple example. So I did this little script: Continue reading


A small script: taritdate.sh tars directories with dates

This is a very simple script which I use often to create temporary backups of working directories. As complexity grows, I needed to have a script to save locally the state of my work, so that I can easily revert to a previous state. It came out that I also use it for backups. See it:

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