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Perl-based Backup Manager

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Command-line perl script with configuration files that allow you to mix and match backup tools to manage your monthly backups. You can for eg, configure a command to download files, zip them and copy it into another disk, all using different tools.

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    Thank you for reviewing runbackup. This tool is created for perl, with the intention to be usable on any OS platform supporting perl. It has been tested on Linux , but never been tested on any Unix system. In my case I usually run it on cygwin, which allows me to take advantage of tools available on both cygwin and windows. run-backup.conf allows you to define the tools you want to use while to run your backups, so that you can tailor your backup to your own environment. the run-backup.conf was intended for customizing - the settings I have included are my own and only meant for reference.

    Posted 01/06/2010
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    so this tool is created for unix ? right ? maybe you can tell me why the f in the world you compress it with 7zip have a nice day

    Posted 01/03/2010
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