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Old 08-31-2004, 06:21 AM   #1
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Suse 8.2 -> UNIX Type: L8 Backup


Hi,

Our provider just increased free backup storage to the same size as the whole server disk.

I have a Suse 8.1 to 8.2 patched up system and an FTP connect internal (therefore fast) to the backup system.

What would I use that's more sophisticated than the usual tarball perl push thingy I used before when we only had one Gig.

I basically want to backup the whole system .

Anybody experience in this? No tapes real hard disk to hard disk backup.

Me complete backup with that kinda no CD/DVD no tape thing.

FTP remote has hopefully all of this:
Code:
!               features        mls             proxy           size
$               fget            mlsd            put             sndbuf
account         form            mlst            pwd             status
append          ftp             mode            quit            struct
ascii           gate            modtime         quote           sunique
bell            get             more            rate            system
binary          glob            mput            rcvbuf          tenex
bye             hash            msend           recv            throttle
case            help            newer           reget           trace
cd              idle            nlist           remopts         type
cdup            image           nmap            rename          umask
chmod           lcd             ntrans          reset           unset
close           less            open            restart         usage
cr              lpage           page            rhelp           user
debug           lpwd            passive         rmdir           verbose
delete          ls              pdir            rstatus         xferbuf
dir             macdef          pls             runique         ?
disconnect      mdelete         pmlsd           send
edit            mdir            preserve        sendport
epsv4           mget            progress        set
exit            mkdir           prompt          site
 
Old 08-31-2004, 07:06 AM   #2
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hmm, ftpsync seems to be a solution

Anyone know something better ?

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Old 08-31-2004, 02:09 PM   #3
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great the remote server cant do mdmt

my $newremotemdt=$ftpc->mdtm($curlocalfile);



What now

compare on local file system

Last edited by DrNeil; 08-31-2004 at 02:12 PM.
 
  


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