I'd like to get rid of my colo machine (again) as the only thing I'm
using it for is IRC and disk space. I've been looking at the various
web backup services available (e.g. MozyHome from EMC) but none of
them seem to support Linux, at least in their "home edition"
incarnations. I'd basically like to avoid having to re-upload
everything from my OS X machine when it is already online and on a
reasonably fast link (i.e. copy from my colo, then continue
incrementally from my OS X box).
Ideas/recommendations? The goal is to reduce a $77/month spend to
something closer to $4.95/month (what MozyHome costs). Point-in-time
recovery and such things aren't required. I just want a chunk of cheap
and reliable disk, and perhaps a cute little client application that
handles the opportunistic typing of "rsync" for me.
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