Floating a backup plan concept: TM to NAS, then that sparsebundle to CrashPlan? 2013

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Floating a backup plan concept: TM to NAS, then that sparsebundle to CrashPlan? 2013

Message par  le Jeu 31 Jan - 4:51

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All this above I got my head around so far.



What I need help with figuring out it how to secure an affordable off-site solution.



What I was thinking is to signup w/CrashPlan's unlimited 1 computer backup and letting that be my TM NAS drive. But I fear as those TM bundles grow, CP would try to download all eventual 2TB of it every time, or would it do incremental of just the sparsebundle changes (ideally).



And lastly, am I making this unnecessarily complicated by thinking TM should be involved at all and just go CP all the way (local and offsite)?



Thanks for any enlightenment guys,

nf</div>


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All this above I got my head around so far.



What I need help with figuring out it how to secure an affordable off-site solution.



What I was thinking is to signup w/CrashPlan's unlimited 1 computer backup and letting that be my TM NAS drive. But I fear as those TM bundles grow, CP would try to download all eventual 2TB of it every time, or would it do incremental of just the sparsebundle changes (ideally).



And lastly, am I making this unnecessarily complicated by thinking TM should be involved at all and just go CP all the way (local and offsite)?



Thanks for any enlightenment guys,

nf</div>


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