Martin Waitz schrieb:
>>bash: faubackup-find: command not found
>>bash: faubackup-gather: command not found
>>backup not complete! '.' should be last.
> perhaps the faubackup binaries are not in the path for new logins
> on that machine?
ooookay, that was an easy one...
now on to the harder stuff:
My server has 8 GB data that should be backed up over a DSL line (max
96kb/sec) Unfortunately, such large amount of data does not fit into the
24h timeslice of the forced disconnects of my DSL provider :/
I think the incremental backups shouldn't be a problem. But what about
the FIRST backup? Are there other possibilities to manage those large
I thought about:
1. rsync remote machine to local machine... unfortunately, I only have
ONE backup of the remote machine then.
2. rsync to local machine, then faubackup the local copy to a second
harddisc... hmm, could work, but I need lots of space on the local machine.
3. faubackup the remote machine to a second harddisc, then rsync the
whole backup repository to the local machine... would rsync correctly
backup the hardlinks, then?
4. directly faubackup from the remote to the local machine... won't work
for the first backup, because of the 24h disconnect :(