Keeping your data safe in the event of a disaster or compromise is important. That’s why we back up.
Here is some information on backups:
- Backing up every few minutes with simplesnap on ZFS
- For hosting backups offsite, my 2021 Roundup of Unique Data/Storage Hosting Options can be useful.
- How and Why to use Airgapped Backups (see also Airgap)
Links to this note
“Airgap” refers to a computer (or network) that is physically disconnected from a larger network and the Internet.
One of the more advanced modern filesystems with tons of features; originated on Solaris but now runs on Linux, FreeBSD, and others.
I sometimes see people read about NNCP and wonder “This sounds great! But… what can I do with it?” This page aims to answer those questions.