I was looking for a true backup solution driven all from the NAS but couldn't find one. By true backup, I mean one that enables restore to a given point in time either through snapshots or even better incremental/differential backup. Correct me if I'm wrong, but with rsync, the problem is that if you corrupt your original, it would propogate to the rsync'd copy if you don't catch it in time. I have read some pretty funky (and smart) solutions using file/directory linking to trick the filesystem into effectively performing incremental backups, but they are beyond the consumer, and beyond the ability of most NAS's without shell access. If only Mozy or Carbonite had a Linux version! My workaround is to use Acronis True Image 11 on a separate PC to read the data from the NAS and perform incremental backups to an online FTP server. But this requires a separate PC to be switched on to coordinate the operation. Also it generates network traffic as all the data is routed through the PC. Anyone out there got NAS-only driven solutions to restore to a point-in-time?