Just wanted your view on the best backup program which can do following:
- Backup system
- Backup home
- Backup to separate ntfs drive (inside veracrypt encrypted partition)
- Incremental backups.
- Delete backups older than X version.
I'm considering between:
B. Borg backup
C. Back in time
D. Deja dup.
F. Anything else you suggest.
TimeShift can't backup to ntfs and doesn't seem to have compression so thats not ideal.
Clonezilla can't backup to partition that is already mounted, which means it can't backup to a veracrypt data partition. That kills this option for me.
Borg backup seems to be able to do everything in 1-6. Also it has deduplication, so the final result is much smaller. On increments its extremely fast.
I haven't used dejadup or backintime much but they don't seem to have compression, although can save to external ntfs drive.
I'm leaning towards borg backup, but not sure if its going to mess things up with symlinks or other things I don't understand.
Any advice on best backup with above criterion would be appreciated.