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What is the best storage/backup solution?
The following question was recently asked by a user via e-mail: I'm looking to build a backup server, but want to know what type of hardware I should use. Anyone with experience building backup servers (esp. Linux-based) -- what do you recommend? I'd prefer to work in Linux.
what backup utility are you likely to use when making a pre-upgrade backup in linux?