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network_backup_strategies [2012/05/16 01:45]
henri [Using MacFUSE for Network Backup]
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henri [Using MacFUSE for Network Backup]
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 It is possible to use [[http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/|MacFUSE]] and the [[http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/wiki/MACFUSE_FS_SSHFS|SFTPFS]] system to mount a remote directory into the local file system via SFTP. Once a remote directory has been mounted it is possible to use LBackup to push files to the remote directory. However, it is recommend that you create an HFS+ disk image and then mount this when you push files. This will allow extended attributes such as resource forks to be backed up.  It is possible to use [[http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/|MacFUSE]] and the [[http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/wiki/MACFUSE_FS_SSHFS|SFTPFS]] system to mount a remote directory into the local file system via SFTP. Once a remote directory has been mounted it is possible to use LBackup to push files to the remote directory. However, it is recommend that you create an HFS+ disk image and then mount this when you push files. This will allow extended attributes such as resource forks to be backed up. 
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-An other alternative worth considering is [[http://www.lbackup.org/synchronizing_disk_images_between_machines|pushing a local sparse bundle backup disk image to a remote server]] via SSH as a post action (when the backup completes).+An other alternative worth considering is [[http://www.lbackup.org/synchronizing_disk_images_between_machines|pushing a local sparse bundle backup disk image to a remote server]] (when the backup completes) via SSH as a post action script.
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