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Oct
12
comment Recovering files from a ReadyNAS
@mfinni: I just mean some other computer, not anything to do with a bare metal recovery. As for simply copying files from the Backup share, if that's the way it's generally done, I guess that's what I'll do, but I don't know how to do it. Would I want to try to rsync into my ReadyNAS or what?
Oct
12
comment Recovering files from a ReadyNAS
@Cry Havok: My question was worded badly in the other post and the discussion there was a waste of your time and mine. If you don't like the way I'm going about trying to fix the problem, feel free to spend your time helping other people instead.
Oct
12
comment Recovering files from a ReadyNAS
@Chopper3: That's a good question and I have a good reason: my original question was unclear and, because I asked the question badly, the answers I was getting were fundamentally missing the point.
Oct
12
asked Recovering files from a ReadyNAS
Oct
11
awarded  Editor
Oct
11
revised Making a simple MySQL backup script to be run via cron, having permissions issues
clarity
Oct
11
answered List all mysql users using ssh
Oct
11
answered Making a simple MySQL backup script to be run via cron, having permissions issues
Oct
11
answered Making a simple MySQL backup script to be run via cron, having permissions issues
Oct
11
comment Connecting to a local MySQL server
Note: you must restart MySQL after this in order for the change to take effect.
Oct
11
accepted Connecting to a local MySQL server
Oct
8
answered How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?
Oct
8
accepted Ways of referring to root other than “/”
Oct
8
comment Ways of referring to root other than “/”
Using simply "." seems to have worked. Thanks.
Oct
8
comment Ways of referring to root other than “/”
The issue is not that it wants a trailing slash, but that it doesn't want a leading slash.
Oct
8
asked Ways of referring to root other than “/”
Oct
7
asked Encrypt entire Linux drive with TrueCrypt
Oct
7
comment How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?
I have tried "/". The error simply said, "Invalid path."
Oct
7
comment How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?
The option I use is "Remote: Rsync Server". Since I'm doing a remote backup with rsync, I don't think "Volume: c" would make sense. If I select "Volume: c", the "Host" field gets disabled and other pertinent fields go away as well. Let me know if I'm misunderstanding.
Oct
7
asked How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?