On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 10:58 AM, Derek Belcher <dbelcher@alertlogic.com> wrote:
I have been tasked with taking a screenshot for our auditors showing that we are keeping backups for a year.

My current scheduling looks like this:
FullKeepCnt = 1,0,1,0,0,1   one full week, one full month, one 64 weeks

I there a way to display the oldest back up with a time stamp, proving 52+ weeks? In the command line or GUI?

Thank you in advance,
--Derek


This will point you in the right direction.

#!/bin/bash
for i in `ls /var/lib/BackupPC/pc/`
do
  echo -n  "$i   "
  read start end < <(head -1 /var/lib/BackupPC/pc/$i/backups | awk '{print $3, " ", $4}')
  echo $start | awk '{print strftime("Backup Started %c",$1)}'
  #echo  "( $end - $start ) / 60 "  | bc
done

 

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