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Commandline Backup with hardlinks, excellent memory saving strategy

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CSBackup is a Backup software build in C#. It uses NTFS hardlinks to save Harddisc place and create a backup history. One of the main features is the support of long file names (more than 255 characters) and UTF-8 support.

* Use of Aliases for folders * Backup complete drives from the root * Compare file changes by size and date (faster than hash-codes) * Different log levels * Delete Strategy: strategic configuration to configure which backup folders to keep (e.G. 7 daily, 4 weekly, 12 monthly, 10 yearly)

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System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

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