RedHat WS4.0 with SELlinux(x86)
dump -u0 -b 60 -B 600000 -M -f /root/stdev /dev/hda2
changed some files
dump -u0 -b 60 -B 600000 -M -f /root/stdevnew /dev/hda2
/root/stdev and /root/stdevnew both are just normal files on harddisk.
image are dumped with 0.4b41, not error/warning are printed
restore -b 60 -r -f /root/stdev
no error reported!
restore -b 60 -r f=f /root/stdevnew
restore gives message:
Dump tape is compressed.
restore: ./tmp/.ICE-unix/3279 No such file or directory
./tmp/.ICE-unix/3279 is just like a unix socket id.
Your subject mentions level _2_ restore, but your post shown two level _0_ dumps. What information is correct ?
Also, maybe you should add the -v (verbose) flag to restore in order to have a bit more information about what is happening. You can also try the -d (debug) flag in addition.
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