My script looks essentially like this: cp -al $yesterdays_snapshot $todays_snapshot rsync -vadlH --exclude-from excludes.rsyc $source $todays_snapshot This works great except for one problem: If ...
I would like to make a second backup from the latest created backup. So I tried the shell command: last='ls -tr | tail -1' cp -r /path/.../"$last" /path/.../backup/ but it copies a randome backup. ...
We have a QNAP TS-410 in our office. Its hardware is: 256MB DDR2 RAM CPU Marvell 6281 800MHz 4 x 1.4GB Seagate SATA disks mounted on RAID5 We thought it would be sufficient to make backups for our ...
I've just bought a clutch of external drives to start a rotating backup of my photography work, and wonder if I should just do a straight copy the first time around, or if rsync would be the better ...
I just started using the nifty rsnapshot utility for backups to our NAS. I really like the tool (which uses rsync and links unchanged files to keep the backup size down), but I'm running into ...