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comment Multiple servers Rsync into one NAS simultaneaus
As i wrote in the update, I ran a fresh/full Rsync of store1 which took 1 hour 6 minutes. I then "cp -rfp archive4 archive5" , and i just checked the log from the bashscript, and it ran the refresh in 25 minutes and had updated 47 , 413 and 24 number of files in the pgsql, data and archive directories. This fits the glove where i have planned to run the larger/older stores in 30 minute interval simultaneaus with younger stores in 10-15 minute intervals.
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comment Multiple servers Rsync into one NAS simultaneaus
Thanks for your input. I have updated my post with additional info.
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comment Flush mod_pagespeed configured with memcached
I have also tried posting this in the official mod-pagespeed-discuss board two times, but for some reason i can't find the thread in there.
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comment Boot Clonezilla with XenServer VM
In my post i clearly state that i have an image of the server that I want to move to virtual. My problem is that i can't boot Clonezilla on the Citrix XenServer VM... But I apreciate your alternative way of doing the actual clone, haven't thought of moving it over network. But in that sense, wouldn't I be able to do that with any other live CD?
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comment Boot Clonezilla with XenServer VM
But yes, it's P2V...