Backups With cron
Mac Devcenter introduces us to
backing up using cron.
"rsync is a directory synchronization tool that's smart enough to copy only new or changed files, thus speeding up some backups significantly. If you plan to back up a large directory that only partially changes from day to day (your entire ~/Documents directory, for example), rsync would seem to be the best solution. Unfortunately, as you see in the table, rsync doesn't preserve resource forks."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Jul 4, 2002 )
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