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Backing up Data on your Unix Desktop Machine

Judy Richards , IT/DI


If you have a Unix desktop machine (e.g. Linux PC) you certainly want to make sure that your valuable data is backed-up. This point has been brought up at FOCUS in recent months and it was agreed that for data that should be backed up:

For reasons of scalability it is not possible to use a general purpose backup product like ADSM to backup private desktop systems. It is use must be limited to servers or other specialized systems.


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