Thanks for the reply.
This isn't really a solution for me.
My intention is to have a working copy of the latest snapshot at any on time so that in the event of a disaster I can simply drop it in place.
Therefore a one to one rsync type snapshot is what I'm after.
If I could access the latest version/snapshot as I would when using the fuse module (That unfortunately doesn't work as it's buggy) and rsync that off-site that would work for me.

On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 5:17 PM, Andrew Schulman <andrex@alumni.utexas.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> I currently use BackuPC in a number of ways.
> One of my more recent requirements is to be able to sync the most recent
> backup to an offsite location
> eg.
> I have a backuppc server which backs up itself and a number of clients.
> The most recent of each of these backups must be rsync'd offsite

For a physical solution to this, I use a removable drive cartridge.  Once a week
I rsync the whole backuppc file system (/var/lib/backuppc) onto an encrypted
volume stored on the removable drive, then carry the removable drive off-site. I
rotate three removable drives:  one in the drive bay, one on the shelf for the
next use, and one (the most recent) always stored off-site.

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