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#1 Mar 31 2013 at 4:42 PM Rating: Good
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Cesar Chavez day.

Don't tell the Republi... too late.

And, some people confuse all those Chavezes out there.
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#2 Mar 31 2013 at 8:30 PM Rating: Good
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March 31st was World Back-Up Day. We celebrated by cannibalising my old PC for a 1 Tb hard drive, and backing up my Mac, and sending it home with my sister. So now my computer is in THREE places. [:way cool:]
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#3 Mar 31 2013 at 8:39 PM Rating: Excellent
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Thinking about it, anything on my computer that I care about can be redownloaded from some location or another. Steam, Amazon, Google Music, various utilities like Firefox or Open Office, etc. No real special documents or photos.
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#4 Mar 31 2013 at 8:44 PM Rating: Good
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Same here Joph. Any picture I take with my phone gets beamed up to the Google + account where it will live as long as Google does.
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#5 Mar 31 2013 at 10:36 PM Rating: Good
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Cesar Chavez day.

Don't tell the Republi... too late.

And, some people confuse all those Chavezes out there.


If you're going to confuse him with another Chavez, there are more logical options out there....
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#6 Apr 01 2013 at 3:01 AM Rating: Good
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Just invested in an Apple Time Capsule; 3Tb on board + 3Tb external drive.

After 24hr backup of iMac, MacBook Pro, 3 PCs & Mrs Nobby's MacBook Air, they all keep sync'd nicely.

Wasn't aware of World Backup Day, but did it in honoUr of Hugo Chavez. Smiley: cool

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#7 Apr 01 2013 at 7:00 AM Rating: Good
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Only problem I'd have is resetting up iTunes, which I barely ever have time for.
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#8 Apr 01 2013 at 7:11 AM Rating: Decent
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I don't backup; every time i rebuild my computer I just keep bringing stuff from my previous builds along with me. I always have a secondary drive that has folders like "old drive" littered all over.
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#9 Apr 01 2013 at 7:54 AM Rating: Excellent
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Each of the computers currently has a single solid state main drive and a raid 1 dual drive data array. I have a universal sysprepped base image of the OS, and then after initial configuration I take an image which I store to the data array. All the important documents live on the data array, which cross replicates to the 3 other computers and the network attached storage device, which also contains a raid 1 array. The really important non-confidential things also replicate to online storage.

At any given 24 hour point, the latest version of any document in my network exists on a minimum of 6 drive spindles, with 2 previous versions in the VSS cache. I don't grab anything off the OS partition except the user profile elelments, on the theory that if the OS destabilizes to the point I need to recover something from it I'm better off reloading anyways.

Pretty much the only thing that doesn't back up somewhere is the media PC DVR content, since it's just too big and not important enough.
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#10 Apr 01 2013 at 8:02 AM Rating: Excellent
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Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
Each of the computers currently has a single solid state main drive and a raid 1 dual drive data array. I have a universal sysprepped base image of the OS, and then after initial configuration I take an image which I store to the data array. All the important documents live on the data array, which cross replicates to the 3 other computers and the network attached storage device, which also contains a raid 1 array. The really important non-confidential things also replicate to online storage.

At any given 24 hour point, the latest version of any document in my network exists on a minimum of 6 drive spindles, with 2 previous versions in the VSS cache. I don't grab anything off the OS partition except the user profile elelments, on the theory that if the OS destabilizes to the point I need to recover something from it I'm better off reloading anyways.

Yeah, I figure I'll just redownload Tomb Raider and start over.
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