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I am looking for a little help on how to solve this problem. I'm running
Bacula 1.38.11 and attempting to run a full system backup.
The result (I canceled it):
1933 Full 121,193 52,702,244,286 Cancel 27-Dec-06 17:37 SystemArchive
...however, supposedly, the files are only 24 GB.
2000 OK estimate files=126819 bytes=24,219,899,810
I'd believe this value, as my disks are only 36 GB and they are not full.
I'm running RHEL4 -- would anyone be able to point me in the right
direction as to what might be making this machine look like it has more
files than it does?
Name = "Everything"
File = /
onefs = no
Spooling is off, though I don't think that matters. Where should I start
looking? Thanks for any advice you can give -- I don't want to use two
tapes (tapes are 36GB uncompressed, compression is off) if I can help it
since it SHOULD be unnecessary. I'm guessing something in /var/adm is
messing me up...
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