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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm a sysadmin by trade (well, one of too many trades these days :) so I know how it feels like when your disk is dead.

    However I am not sure if RAID on laptops is a good idea in terms of power consumption. What I do is protect the server with RAID and backup your laptop there. Simple rsync would suffice for most cases.

    And if possible make your laptop as "thin" as possible -- for instance, I use IMAP for mails so I do not have to backup mails on my powerbook. I even do most of development via ssh so my powerbook is virtually a thin client.

    Dan the Man with Too Many Dead HDDs to the Date