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Gary Bernhardt
Important reminder that your backups probably literally do not work.
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father john thirsty Jan 31
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i have two time machine drives and my raw photos are carbon copy cloned between them as well 1/
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father john thirsty Jan 31
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i fully expect them both to fail me
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father john thirsty Jan 31
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to me theyre like tsa. expensive and slow, i rarely actually need them, just there to make me feel better
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father john thirsty Jan 31
Replying to @garybernhardt
anyway take care gary have a nice february
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catcoder Jan 31
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I've worked in the backup space. "Backup's not hard. 'Restore' is the hard part."
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Jason Staten Jan 31
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reading resurfaced the sinking feeling from recovering a wiped db in the past.
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Jason Staten Jan 31
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in hindsight, some data loss should've been expected with mongo.
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david celis Jan 31
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still remember the day we found out that new relics database backups didn't work
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Erik Bjäreholt Feb 1
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My git annex setup hasn't failed me yet
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Tim Lesher Feb 1
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"You do not have a backup system. You have a restore system, of which the backup system is a hard dependency."
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Pascal Bertrand Feb 1
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Recovery is everything
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