Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 2nd Apr 2008 01:30 UTC
General Development Amanda developers released Amanda 2.6.0 today. This is a significant update to Amanda backup software with improvements in ease of installation and configuration, security, scalability and robustness. Amanda 2.6.0 is available for download (in both source and binary-package form) here. Update: Other interesting open source releases today: Inkscape 0.46, AbiWord 2.6.0 and Ardour 2.4.0.
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RE: Amanda vs Bacula vs ... ?
by Pr3st00 on Wed 2nd Apr 2008 13:37 UTC in reply to "Amanda vs Bacula vs ... ?"
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I tried both native dump/scp copying and amanda. Amanda worked very well and it's very easy to install and setup.

Not sure about rsync, but I always had performance problems with very large files... seems that the software doesn't scale very well.

Of course I'm talking about two/three years ago, maybe things have changed nowadays.

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