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Old 07-05-2006, 03:48 PM
ScottEllsworth ScottEllsworth is offline
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Can I back up directly to an AFP/CIFS server?

Hi, all.

I have a brand new Infrant ReadyNAS, which, with beta firmware, finally has wicked fast AFP access.

I have previously dumped things to disk images, which is a bit scary. One bad sector, and they do happen even on raids once in a great while, and my data is no more.

Is there a way to use SD to put my files into the file system directly (e.g. not as part of a potentially fragile disk image)?

I can also NFS mount or CIFS mount.

Scott
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