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  1. Jim Lynch
    28 July 2013

    Are you using mysql for content? If so, I don’t see where you are backing the mysql files. I’ve just rewritten my Drupal backup strategy, including mysql files. I use rdiff-backup. I don’t have to worry about full backups, incremental backups, etc. I have plenty of space on the destination and rdiff-backup is very bandwidth efficient. It only transmits changes. It might simplify your life.


  2. Casey
    25 September 2013

    What about for hosting with Drupal? And any that offer backups?


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