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attic and borg at
Attic and borg are "deduplicating backup program(s)" that can create and maintain remote backups over SSH.

Over the course of 2014 and 2015, attic and borg have become the de facto standard for efficient, secure, remote backups.

They both provide:

- source data encrypted on the source with no keys or access given to the remote receiver
- fast, bandwidth efficient and deduplicating
- fully open source
- active, current development

In short: attic and borg are the rsync tools of the cloud generation
backup  Linux  borg 
3 days ago by amason
Using tar for full and incremental backups | Paul Whipp Consulting
"There is a lot of confusion about tar when it is used for incremental backups. There are plenty of utilities that attempt to automate backup and restoration but often, in their attempts to make it simpler they make life harder.

The tar manual has everything we need. Use it if my notes below are too pragmatic."
backup  tar  incremental 
4 days ago by anl
Backblaze backup is extremely inefficient. On purpose? : backblaze
(On getting Backblaze to upload an initial batch of files quickly:)
“Global Observation #1: make sure your Backblaze backup schedule is set to ‘Continuously’ and turn off all power savings modes on your computer so it does not go to sleep, and go to the ‘Performance’ tab and set it to at least 4 threads (turn off automatic throttling and slide the performance slider all the way to the right), then leave your computer on all night long. DO NOT TOUCH IT - ideally YOU (the human) go to sleep and let it backup all night long (best is 12 hour stretches). Seriously, with one night of this hopefully you’ll upload several hundred thousand files and start relaxing and knowing that Backblaze works.”
backblaze  backup  reddit  2017 
4 days ago by handcoding
Stefan Elf's Mac, iOS, and Watch setup for 2018 – The Sweet Setup
Who are you and what do you do?
My name is Stefan Elf. I am a freelance web developer, designer and lecturer. I was featured on The Sweet Setup back in April 2016, so this is an update where I highlight some developments in my setup and workflows. Almost all of the applications that I commented on in my first interview (Ulysses, Drafts, JW Library, Equipd, CodeKit, Atom etc) I still love and use on a daily basis. You can laso find me on Instagram at @stefanelfdesign.
What is your current setup?
I’m currently using a Mac mini (late 2014 with an i5 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, and 256GB SSD) along with dual Dell U2515H monitors. I also use an Apple keyboard (wired, US layout), Magic Trackpad 2, and Logitech MX Ergo trackball. In addition, I keep a couple of external HDDs around, an Epson all-in-one printer, and some Yamaha NX-N500 speakers. The desk is an IKEA Galant and printer unit.
setup  mac  audio  photo  editing  productivity  backup  iphoneX  RAW  watch  ipad_pro  health  exercise 
5 days ago by rgl7194
Tips for safe summer travels: your cybersecurity checklist - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs
Summer is just around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere, and with it comes vacation plans for many. Those looking to take some time away from work and home are likely making plans to secure their home, have their pets taken care of, and tie up loose ends at work. But how about securing your devices and your data while you’re away? Here are some things to take into consideration if you want to have a trip free of cyber worries.
privacy  security  travel  technology  wi-fi  passwords  backup  malware  charger  cables  gadgets 
5 days ago by rgl7194
christophetd/duplicacy-autobackup: Painless automated backups to multiple storage providers with Docker and duplicacy.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
duplicity  backup 
5 days ago by spdaly
imap-backup -- Backup GMail (or other IMAP) accounts to disk
Backup GMail (or other IMAP) accounts to disk.

Each folder is saved to an mbox file. Alongside each mbox is a file with extension '.imap', which lists the source IMAP UIDs to allow a full restore.
mailserver  email  backup  imap 
5 days ago by dusko
Larch - a tool to copy messages from one IMAP server to another
Note: I no longer actively develop or use Larch, so it is effectively unmaintained. Many people claim it still works well for them, so feel free to use it, but please don't expect support, bug fixes, or new features.

Larch is a tool to copy messages from one IMAP server to another quickly and safely. It's smart enough not to copy messages that already exist on the destinati
mailserver  email  backup  imap 
5 days ago by dusko

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