Incremental backup plan
I'd like to create the following backup plan and wonder if it's possible with SuperDuper.
* weekly I want to create exact clones of my entire hard disc
* I want to use 4 partitions or image files for that that automatically rotate
* daily I want to incrementally backup the differences from the previous backup to a seperate location
* only when the weekly backup rotates, files are lost if they're deleted
This gives me a full month of safety to restore any accidently deleted of modified file, and still gives me reasonably up-to-date exact copies to boot into in case of a total failure.
Any tips about how to achieve this with SuperDuper, or any tips about which application would be better to obtain this behavior?
Thanks for the help.
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