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Re: Tarsnap GUI shows 0 data archived or backed up
> On Sep 7, 2017, at 2:54 PM, Scott Robison <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 11:55 AM, Garance AE Drosehn wrote:
>> De-duplication works great in some other situations because the other service is de-duplicating files across (say) 20 different Windows machines. So the first machine may use up 10-gig of space, but all of the rest of the machines might have less than a gig of additional unique files per machine. Tarsnap cannot do that kind of optimization across multiple machines.
> Depending on just how paranoid you are, and how disciplined you are,
> you can have multiple machines deduplicate to a common store, as long
> as you only have one running at a time.
> What you wrote does not preclude that from happening, I just wanted to
> point it out in case others might be interested in something like
Hmm. Yes, that's an interesting point. I can see how that could be setup and work okay. I hadn't thought about doing things that way, but I see how it could work as long as it was setup with care.
But I'm not going to do it for my own machines! :)
Garance Alistair Drosehn = firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Systems Programmer or gad@FreeBSD.org