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Yeah if you're really taking this seriously it's worth investing in an LTO-4 drive and some tapes.

There might be a better medium available nowadays but if I seriously wanted to have a piece of data fifty years from now that's where I'd start.






Really, any second form of backup would be a good idea. Preferably, it should be stored offsite and separate from any other backups.



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