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Backup of large filesystem Problem

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I am using the Linux operating system i am storing the image files on the disk which is exceeded from 200GB and still increasing Day by day. I want to create a incremental backup of this storage. Or any thing so I can create the backup of this live filesystem.

   Any way to take backup or any application?

  Thanks for the help.

 
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AlexieS earned 20 total points
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Hello,

You can Create Incremental Backups Using FlyBack GUI Time Machine Backup Software:

http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/flyback-time-machine-backup-software-for-linux.html

Hope it helps.
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Initially I used a script to take the incremental backup.
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nice application
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