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i'd be curious to know how users back up their data.
i know there are plenty of soft/hardware specs involved, but what i'd be interested to know is how people handle the logistics and workflows in a world of exploding data volumes. the internal hdd will fill up quickly, bootable backups should be separate, yet another external hdd may be used for streaming, itunes content may need to be accessible from various engines through a hdd attached to aebs, aperture has its vault and raw its appetite for capacity, etc.
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how do you do it?

I use different backup methods depending on the system and how badly I do NOT want to loose my data.
My MacBook is the most backed up.
a) SuperDuper to a network mounted volume every day at work (this is the only manually started backup).
b) Time Machine when I'm at home.
c) Mozy.com for selected files so I have off-site backup.
d) And rsnapshot for selected files to my workstation at work over lunch.
My Mac mini, uses Time Machine. It is also my home network server with 2TB of external Drobo storage, and it is where my networked MacBook Time Machine backups go.
My Wife's iBook G4 is backed up via rsnapshot every night to my Mac mini external Drobo storage.
My Mom's iMac G4 is backed up over an ssh internet connection every night using rsnapshot to my Mac mini external Drobo storage.
My Wife's MacBook Pro is backed up via Time Machine to the Mac mini external Drobo storage.
My work Redhat Linux development system (2000 miles away) has selected files backed up to my work PowerMac G5 via rsnapshot several times a day over an ssh connection.
My work PowerMac G5 boot disk is backed up via SuperDuper ever night to the other internal disk.
Selected files on my PowerMac G5 are backed up via rsnapshot every night to an external disk.
Select files on several key work systems are backup nightly via tar, which is compressed, and copied over the network to my workstation.
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