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Re: [opensuse] REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDAD

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS
From: George OLson <grglsn765@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 20:46:17 +0800
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En 09/14/2011 12:06 PM, *Duaine *Hechler escribió:
Cuándo yo primero empezado en Linux y descubierto sobre REDADA, yo *setup REDADA 1.

ENTONCES, desafortunadamente, la manera juego con mi sistema, encontré REDADA para
ser muy *detrimental porque yo accidentalmente *messed arriba de dónde no podría chutar.

AQUELLO significó mi paseo de socio era también *messed arriba.

Así que tomé de REDADA y cada noche yo a mano corrido "*rsync" para mantener los dos
paseos en *sync.


Otra cuestión - puede me das un ejemplo de lo que vuestro *rsync las líneas parecen? Si era para ir la misma ruta cuando tú (cuál he no plenamente decidido todavía), qué opciones utilizo a *rsync mi directorio de raíz encima al *backup paseo? Estoy pensando que
*rsync -*avr --eliminar / *backupdrive(significando la cosa propia aquí)

es probablemente justo demasiado sencillo y probablemente perderá algunas cosas, pero no plenamente entiendo por qué. He leído #por el manual, y continuar estudiarlo para entender todas las opciones, pero algunos ejemplos ayudarían.

*Thanks




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On 09/14/2011 12:06 PM, Duaine Hechler wrote:
When I first started in Linux and found out about RAID, I setup RAID 1.

THEN, unfortunately, the way I play with my system, I found RAID to be
very detrimental because I accidentally messed up where I could not boot.

THAT meant my partner drive was also messed up.

So I took of RAID and every night I manually run "rsync" to keep the two
drives in sync.


Another question - can you give me an example of what your rsync lines look like? If I were to go the same route as you (which I haven't fully decided yet), what options would I use to rsync my root directory over to the backup drive? I am thinking that
rsync -avr --delete / backupdrive(meaning the proper thing here)

is probably just too simple and will probably miss some things, but I do not fully understand why. I have read through the manual, and continue to study it to understand all the options, but some examples would help.

Thanks
George



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