> Thanks for the suggestion, and good point! The thing is I'm running on a
> remote dedicated server, so it's not quite so easy to upgrade the drive.
> Also, it's a question of cost of bandwidth use - the more disk space
> that archives use, the chances are the more bandwidth will be used
> looking at them.
If you need bandwidth limits, most versions of Linux and BSD have packet
filters that can give you bandwidth caps. It sounds like you need to
back up a little and figure out what you really want to accomplish.
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