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I need to come up with a better backup solution at my home and was wondering what everyone uses and/or suggests and why. I am open to everything from purchased solutions to complex Linux server solutions, and I have a network capable of Link Aggregation. Ohh and my home is all PC so Time Machine is not an option for me.

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Is that a Windows Machine we're talking about?

Regardless, one of the best picks would be a dedicated computer running as server with a PROPER filesystem like ZFS.

You can have that if you install OpenSolaris, Solaris or FreeBSD for example.

[i]Glassed Silver:mac[/i]
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[quote name='Glassed Silver' timestamp='1359053169' post='595476712']
Is that a Windows Machine we're talking about?

Regardless, one of the best picks would be a dedicated computer running as server with a PROPER filesystem like ZFS.

You can have that if you install OpenSolaris, Solaris or FreeBSD for example.

[i]Glassed Silver:mac[/i]
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This.

I do. FreeNAS + Google Drive
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check burp
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Hello,

How many PCs do you have and how much data is on them?

Are you looking to do something like bare-metal restores in the event one fails, or do you just want to back up their data?

Regards,

Aryeh Goretsky

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I just do what the advert for the google laptop does, :p
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