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Old 14th November 2017
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OpenBSD comes with four backup tools built-in. The dump(8) and restore(8) programs are probably the most useful for OpenBSD filesystem backups. The tar(1), cpio(1), and pax(1) utilities produce archives which can be used with other Unix-like operating systems.

There are many other third party backup and restore tools available to you from the Ports and Packages system. Choices range from the GNU version of tar() which has multi-volume capability, to utilities to manage media volumes, to central and distributed backup applications, to clients for cloud-based backup services.


This answer is very open-ended, because you have many choices, and many options.
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