After system didaster how to prepare / save most important data ?
SYNass IT Ubuntu / Linux
i-ubux at synass.net
Thu May 22 00:55:45 UTC 2008
On Mon, 2008-05-19 at 11:00 -0700, Mike Bird wrote:
> On Mon May 19 2008 10:25:41 Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
> > Not trying to be a know it all cus I'm not, but tried
> > the above commands and found that -X is not recognized
> > but an -x is. Also, for me I had to add the -S -H -A
> > options each with its own "-" and spaces between each
> > as it did not recognise the -SHA as shown. Hope this
> > will help the newbie out some.
> Sorry about the "-X". I had forgotten that I had upgraded
> to rsync v3 here. Thanks for the correction.
> IIRC, "-SHA" worked in rsync 2.6.9 without separation.
> You won't want to use "-x" unless you backup all your
> filesystems separately.
> --Mike Bird
Hi Catalin, Karl, Leonard, Mike and Nils
Thanks a lot to you all to assist me with my system disaster.
I would appreciate an additional effort and help ...
... to avoid resp. block the quite regular system fsck at boot time,
coz I fear that the fsck may bring my system into real troubles !?
My systems HDD has 120GB !
Another source means the HDD to have 2249,08 GB !?
So I would like to have all automatic checks stopped ...
... until I have backup my /home/svobi and the Documents and Settings in
Your advice and guidance is very appreciated and hot awaited. ;-)
Currently I am reading and studying your rsync suggestions and
trying to prepare the external USB HDD for it:
Unfortunately I am facing some errors and problems to get it solved and
need little more time to find my wrong-doing ;-|
Once more: TQ !!!
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