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On 2013-09-15 5:06 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:
Yes, that works, unless you system does a crash/burn and for some reason
you cannot get all of your "files and data" off your backups.  Oooops,
sorry you forgot to backup that file somehow.

I am rebuilding a desktop back after the primary drive failed and I did
not have 1 to 2 weeks of work on the backups, and "certain" config files
were missed in the backup "process".  The drive died the day I was
scheduled to backup the work for that week or so.  Now I have a new
drive, double the size, but still working on getting all of those bits
and pieces of packages and utility configuration back to where it should be.

And this is precisely why backups should always be *automated*.

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