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May
8
revised Control how long Rsnapshot keeps a file after being deleted
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May
8
asked Control how long Rsnapshot keeps a file after being deleted
May
8
revised Remote backup of local server applying Rsnapshot
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May
8
asked Get files on remote copy but not local
May
8
asked Remote backup of local server applying Rsnapshot
May
8
comment Getting back rsync's deleted files
I ran 'lsof|grep /path/to/file' on the server. And the file is then a file that should be there(but isnt). I get "WARNING: can't stat() xfs file system /var/fake/paigowpi/home2/paigowpi.monthly Output information may be incomplete." I think the data is lost.
May
8
asked Getting back rsync's deleted files
May
7
accepted Finding which filesystem
May
7
asked Finding which filesystem
Apr
30
comment Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
Thanks. ________
Apr
30
comment Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
And do they work on a Mac?
Apr
30
comment Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
Do those work with Rsync and Rsnapshot?
Apr
30
comment Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
Which filesystem would you use for a backup?
Apr
30
revised Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
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Apr
30
asked Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
Apr
30
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
revised `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
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Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
thanks, i'll check it out.
Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
I was thinking using rsync to a server which has a cronjob to do cp -al regularly for snapshots.. alongside rsync-ing onwards for even more copies. How does that sound?
Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
What do you recommend as a way to back up a massive folder?