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Thu Feb 11 18:52:21 UTC 2016
I ended up creating a rolling backup script. It does not use exponential
strategy, but is simple enough for me:
I pushed it to github as a backup strategy :)
On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 3:37 AM, Alexander Moisseev <moiseev at mezonplus.ru>
> On 25.01.16 14:05, Matthew Seaman wrote:
>> Deleting 'all but the last N' is a good strategy with backups. Suppose
>> for whatever reason, backup fails for N nights in a row. If you just
>> deleted backup files that were over N days old, you'ld be left without
>> any backups at all after a certain time. However, keeping a certain
>> number of files means that you still have some backups available, albeit
>> older than would be ideal.
>> An exponential expiry strategy can solve that problem.
> There is no support for backups stored locally as files yet, but it is not
> complicated to add.
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