Release Notes: Multi-system and multi-copy support on USB storage devices. Basic rsync backup support. More extensive exclude options. The new layout code is enabled by default. Support for Arch Linux. Improved multipath support. Experimental btrfs support.
Release Notes: Standardization of the command line. The default is quiet output; use the option -v for the old behavior. Boot images now have a comprehensive boot menu. Support for IPv6 addresses. Restoring NBU backup from a point in time is supported. Support for Fedora 15 (systemd) and RHEL6/SL6. Improved handling of HP SmartArray. Support for ext4 on RHEL5/SL5. Support for Xen paravirtualization. Integration with the local GRUB menu. Boot images can now be centralized through network transfers. Support for udev on RHEL4. Many small improvements and performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release supports many recent distributions, including "upstart" (Ubuntu 7.10). It has more IA-64 support (RHEL5 only at the moment), better error reporting and catching, Debian packages (mkdeb), and improved TSM support.
Release Notes: This release introduces the NETFS backup/restore method via NFS or CIFS. Restore via TSM is also supported. The configuration files have an in-depth explanation. LVM and Software Raid configurations are supported. An RPM build has been introduced. Many minor bugs were fixed.