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Which filesystems support hard links (rsync) to backup a Mac?

I want to make a rsync-style hard-link backup from Mac on an external hard drive, but I cannot decide for a file system. It should be (preferably natively) readable from other operating systems. ...
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Efficient mirroring of directories using hardlinks

I'm backing up my music collection on to a number of NTFS-formatted external hard-drives; however, as I store my main collection in FLAC and have my library on my laptop as MP3s to save space, I want ...
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Identify files that would be deleted when removing an rsync --link-dest directory?

I have a Time Machine-style backup system set up on my NAS (running BusyBox v1.16.1), using rsync --link-dest as described here: http://blog.interlinked.org/tutorials/rsync_time_machine.html Is there ...
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Can rsync preserve hard link across file systems?

I'd like to back up my data preserving hard link to a network drive connected through cifs. Is it possible? My system is Linux (EXT4) and I have two network drives: one is also Linux (EXT4) and the ...
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Find modified files from rsync backup script

I'm using rsync on my Ububtu Linux server to take a time machine like backup of the system. Every hour, a cronjob runs the following script (partial excerpt): rsync -a --link-dest=/backup/current ...
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How can I move a bunch of hardlinked files from a Linux box onto my OS X Mac and preserve the hardlinks?

I have an rsnapshot backup that I need to move off of a corrupt Linux file system. I need to preserve the internal hardlinks. I've tried rsync -H and using a newer rsync and neither preserve the ...