That's exactly what I would recommend. Excludes also worked on the earlier version of BackupPC. It sounds to > me like the speed differences you are seeing are due more to newer > (faster) hardware than an OS change. polished (at least). his comment is here
Please don't fill out this field. About the byte difference, rsync gives you the size of the files (how much data can be read from them). Then use any Ubuntu installer, and select the manual partitioning mode. The partition on the external drive is ext3. visit
And I am entering them the same > way. > > One thing I am thinking is that maybe I have too many excludes. CentOS (RHEL) and Ubuntu LTS are more focused on stability, so their updates should not cause that sort of problem. -- Bowie [BackupPC-users] includes do work, excludes do not From: Chris But I > > need to restore 'yesterday' from BackupPC over the WAN. > > [...] > > I can't help but think there is some clever command line that will Regards Daniel -- Daniel Spannbauer Software Entwicklung marco Systemanalyse und Entwicklung GmbH Tel +49 8333 9233-27 Fax -11 Rechbergstr. 4 - 6, D 87727 Babenhausen Mobil +49 171 4033220 http://www.marco.de/ Email
Lakukan perintah service rsyncd restart3. Collaborator sethvargo commented Dec 13, 2014 Total guess, but it always seems to be a permission issue with error 23 (even though it's the rsync catc-all) erkolson commented Aug 16, 2015 Incrementals will be minimized to the actual disk blocks that changed. Probaré.
I > only upgraded recently because I had a server crash. Geschäftsführer Martin Reuter HRB 171775 Amtsgericht München Re: [BackupPC-users] Problems rsyncing WinXP From: Michael Stowe
Please don't fill out this field. Some > of these are solvable using different options when compiling rsync. > Hm, I've tested it for 5 minutes with the "normal" rsnc of my distribution.... In contrast, HashBackup uses 4K blocks for VM images, which minimizes the size of the incremental. If this is really what you want offsite, you could have backuppc write to a directory (possibly nfs mounted from a different machine, but something local), then rsync or ftp the
The current setup has the /home directory mounted on an external eSATA drive enclosure which is switched out regularly. this website Before installing, delete all the contents of /home/* except for your BackupPC path directories. And there's really nothing wrong with using ubuntu, especially the LTS versions. -- Les Mikesell lesmikesell@... After that kernel upgrade, my external drive was no longer accessible.
You seem to have CSS turned off. this content Also is there docs on how to do a restore from an archive? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ EditLive Enterprise is the world's most technically advanced content authoring tool. If you don't have the disk space > even for that, you could play around with doing it on an sshfs mount of the > target host, though that will obviously Please don't fill out this field.
I basically quit upgrading at > the point and went back to the old kernel. > > I have no time for "upgrades" that break things. I am entering includes like this on the configuration page: \Users\cbaker\Documents The includes work. I think there may be a problem with the UK mirror RSYNC service. http://deftmag.com/some-files/some-files-could-not-be-transferred-code-23-at-main-c918.html I suppose I could also mount > /var/lib/backuppc to the external drive. > > Hopefully I have provided enough details.
Next by Date: Re: [eclipse-mirrors] rsync.mirrorservice.org broken? miguel gmail Gerardo Serrano Ignacio de J. At the core, they are both Linux. If this is really what > you want offsite, you could have backuppc write to a directory (possibly > nfs mounted from a different machine, but something local), then rsync >
You seem to have CSS turned off. E.g.: Users/Anwendungsdaten/ESET/ESET NOD32 Antivirus/ Re: [BackupPC-users] upgrade from Fedora to Ubuntu From: Bowie Bailey
All rights reserved. E.g.: >>>>> Users/Anwendungsdaten/ESET/ESET NOD32 Antivirus/ >>>> >>>> Hm, >>>> >>>> sorry, nopaste seems to cut the log. Re: [BackupPC-users] upgrade from Fedora to Ubuntu From: Bowie Bailey
That way only BackupPC is on that drive array. Please don't fill out this field. From: Joe Konecny <[email protected]..> - 2011-06-10 14:08:05 I have backuppc running and tested and it works great but our company requires offsite storage of backups. What is the best strategy here?
Regards Daniel > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > EditLive Enterprise is the world's most technically advanced content > authoring tool. You will get this issue with Fedora (according to reports...I don't use it myself), but it should not be an issue with CentOS or Ubuntu LTS. That > eliminates things such as Carbonite. > > I have thought about dirty hacks such as scripting an rsync on the > client to a centralized rsync server (and then Siesque...asínovamosaningunaparte!Sinboladecristalycon memoriavolátilnopuedesirporlavida:P >Total,queacabodeempezarabajarmeeldvdotravez,portorrent. >Peroparecequetardará6días,sinoseaceleraelproceso(compartid, >malditos,compartid!!!:D) Habajadoenunashorasa'sólo'dosdías.
drive. I set up Ubuntu LTS 10.04, and everything just works. In many cases, I am setting only excludes for a smb share.
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