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I tried to take incremental backup using tar command ,But it get fails with following error Cannot stat: No such file or directory.But actually i have file content on following path.Any help regarding incremental backup commands
root@dragon:~# tar --create --file=archive1.tar listed-incremental=/var/log/mysql.log.4.gz /backup/
tar: listed-incremental=/var/log/mysql.log.4.gz: Cannot stat: No such file or directory
tar: Removing leading `/' from member names
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
Actually, the info manual does use --listed-incremental=<snar file>
Handle incremental backups with snapshot data in FILE.
To create an incremental backup, you would use
`--listed-incremental' together with `--create' (*note create::). For
$ tar --create \
So does the man page.
handle new GNU-format incremental backup