sorry to break the threading, but I'm not subscribed.
> Joachim Breitner wrote:
> > I juse
> > faubackup on an NSLU2 ARM box (266MHz, 30MB RAM) to backup 31GB, mostly
> > non-changing, from one partition on a USB2.0 drive to another.
> What kind of file system did you use?
> > And am I right to assume that "noatime" on the source or target
> > partition will not be a problem for faubackup?
> The mtime, inode no, size and the file attributes are checked to detect
> a change in the files. Some file systems (like FAT) has no 'stable'
> inode numbers - maybe thats the problem?
Both file systems are ext3. And the backups _do_ work. (I would provide
you the output of
faubackup --verbose --list /backups/daily
but that takes several hours, too :-)
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