You can put this script in the cron file to take backup regularly as per your requirements.(Replace the parameters in blue as per your requirement)
if [ ! -e $BACKUPDIR ];
echo Creating backup directory it does not exist
COUNT=`ls $BACKUPDIR/home.* | wc -l`
if [ $COUNT -le $THRESHOLD ];
tar -czvf $BACKUPDIR/$BACKUPFILE $HOMEDIR
if [ $? != 0 ]; then echo Problems creating backup file; fi
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