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2010 Aug 03
snapshot space - miscalculation?
zfs get all claims that i have 523G used by snapshot. i want to get rid of it. but when i look at the space used by each snapshot i can''t find the one that can occupy so much space daten/backups used 959G - daten/backups
2008 Apr 30
rsync copying over existing files
Hi again all.. When using rsync 3.0 to sync files between 2 local directories, it works as i expect it, but when the destination folder is a mounted smb share, it always copies over the files even though they already exist on the destination. Any ideas on why this is happening? even using the same options, but with a different destination path. I have tried using -vvv, but it doesn't make
2009 Sep 08
3Ware 9650SE and XFS problems under Centos 5.3
Hello all, Came across my first real "problem" in all the years I've been using Linux today and I'm stumped for an answer. I've recently built a back-up server on top of Centos 5.3 using a 3Ware 9650SE 4 port SATA card and 4 x 1.5TB drives in a RAID 5 array. I went for the 3Ware card as it has driver support already so any kernel updates won't require me to rebuild the
2015 Nov 09
Rsync and differential Backups
Hi list, how to perform a differential backup using rsync? On web there is a great confusion about diff backup concept when searched with rsync. Users says diff because it copy only differences. For me differential is backup from last full backup. Other users says that to perform a differential backup I must include in rsync command: --backup --backup-dir=/some/path but from manual
2012 Oct 18
swapper: page allocation failure. order:1, mode:0x20
I see this ocasionally on one of my CentOS 6.3 x64 systems: Oct 18 03:10:52 backup kernel: swapper: page allocation failure. order:1, mode:0x20 Oct 18 03:10:52 backup kernel: Pid: 0, comm: swapper Not tainted 2.6.32-279.9.1.el6.x86_64 #1 Oct 18 03:10:52 backup kernel: Call Trace: Oct 18 03:10:52 backup kernel: <IRQ> [<ffffffff8112789f>] ? __alloc_pages_nodemask+0x77f/0x940 Oct 18
2016 Aug 09
C7 Backup problem
Good morning list, I've a question about backup performed with bacula. I manage a DELL server (dedicated on provider) with C7. I use bacula as backup system with volumes on disk. System performs mon-sat incremental backups and Sun full backup at 03.00 AM. I've another pool (named update) where I performs backup before each software update. Storage is on and external disk 2.5' of
2010 Feb 26
ruby script/cucumber -tags producing a gem error
When I do "ruby script/cucumber" the tests run no issues. When I do the same thing but -tags tag_name I get a gem version error: Where is it coming from and why?? Using the default profile... RubyGem version error: rack(1.0.1 not = 1.1.0) (Gem::LoadError) F:/BACKUP/Backup/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:827:in
2016 Oct 19
Bacula Restore
Hi list, another question about bacula, but this time about restoring backups. I've a server that I must backup every day. My plan is: from mon to sat incrimental backup and on sunday full backup. When I will perform a restore I must restore from last valid full backup and then all valid incremental backup from last backup to specific date. This server has aweb managed application where
2006 May 11
Issue with hard links, please help!
Hello, Sometimes when creating hard links to the rsync destination directory, it seems like the new directory (created from the cp -al command) ends up with all the data. This causes a problem in the sense that if the rsync destination directory had 21GB, after the cp -al command, it ends up having only 8mb, then the rsync source directory determines that it now requires 21.98GB to update the
2010 Jan 25
Bash script for backup
Hello guyz! I'm new here, and this is my very first truble... I need a script that will backup & compress the folder /media/system in the folder /media/backups But that's not the problem, I need that only the last 7 backups (last 7 days, yeah I know, cronjob...) will stay in that folder... The script need: 1 - Compress folder /media/system 2 - Store in
2016 Aug 09
C7 Backup problem
On Tue, August 9, 2016 11:51 am, Gordon Messmer wrote: > On 08/08/2016 11:11 PM, Alessandro Baggi wrote: >> | 78 | backup-fd | 2016-08-08 09:52:57 | B | F | 191,024 | >> 7,978,295,072 | T | >> >> | 79 | backup-fd | 2016-08-08 12:10:31 | B | F | 0 | >> 0 | A | >> >> | 80 | backup-fd | 2016-08-09
2008 Dec 27
Beginner - need suggestion to improve BACKUP script
hallo list, I have recently started to learn shell scripting. Now i am trying to write a script to backup /etc and /var to my home dir in a separate folder and then backup the home dir to usb drive using rsync. My goal is when i will run the script it will output status to standard output in form of bold messages with time and simultaneously logs to another file
2010 Nov 11
FW: Permissions issue
I am at loss on this mysterious file permission issue. I cannot move the file out of the directory, but I can rename it. I cannot read the file. It is not open by any processes, the filesystem is in read write mode. I am logged in as root. -Jason [root at localhost /]# tar cvzf ~/named.201011111228.tgz --one-file-system /etc/named.conf /var/named/ tar: Removing
2007 Nov 08
question about backup regimens
I need to recommend some backup options for a web server running CentOS 4.1. The client prefers using a tape drive as their backup device and has access to safe offsite storage. I was thinking of system backups weekly and differential backups nightly but don't know what software to recommend for the differential b/u's. For full backups I can just schedule a tar and compress using
2006 Apr 13
Big performance difference between smbclient put/get
Hi list, I'm using Samba 3.0.21 on a FC4 box. When copying files using smbclient I get huge speed differences between put and get commands. smb: \> put backup.tar putting file backup.tar as \backup.tar (543.0 kb/s) (average 543.0 kb/s) smb: \> get backup.tar getting file \backup.tar of size 31549440 as backup.tar (7681.4 kb/s) (average 7681.4 kb/s) smb: \> put
2009 Dec 09
Windows Server 2008 R2 backup with windows server backup
Hi, I would like to ask if someone has been able to do a backup from Windows Server 2008 [R2] to a Samba share? If I try to do a backup I receive this error: The backup of volume DATA2(E:) could not be completed. Error: The version does not support this version of the file format. ================== My config is: [global] security = ads password server = encrypt
2013 Sep 20
Incremental Backups
Hello. Is someone performing incremental backups via libvirt for qemu/kvm machines? I'm still having a hard time to find a nice procedure. I mean is it possible to make a full backup of an image on monday a do the next days of the week incremental backups? Another way could be mount the image and rsync its contents. Does that makes sense? Also i read in qemu changelog: --- Support
2010 Sep 16
Can anyone suggest a decent backup system?
Hi all, We have a bit of a problem with backups. We've been using bacula to tape and now trying to disk but it's a complete nightmare as regards tape management. The backup to file storage went ok for ages and now is stuck 'waiting for max storage jobs' which is odd as that's set to 20 and it's the only backup running. That's totally typical of bacula. Can anyone
2003 Oct 31
rsync and smbfs
I'm trying to configure rsync snapshots as described at I'm essentially using the following commands: mv backup.3 backup.tmp mv backup.2 backup.3 mv backup.1 backup.2 mv backup.0 backup.1 mv backup.tmp backup.0 cp -al backup.1 backup.0 rsync -a --delete source_directory/ backup.0/ I'm trying to backup
2002 Mar 29
Incremental backups and batch mode.
I'm trying to use the rsync algorithm for incremental backups. After a quick look at rsync I saw the batch mode operations, and I thought that maybe I can modify them for incremental backups. What is needed is to add an option to save the checksums of all the files of the level 0 backup and a second option to use the level n checksum to calculate the delta batch files for the level n+1