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Re: xfsrestore problems

To: John Kihonge <mkulima@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: xfsrestore problems
From: Charles Shannon Hendrix <shannon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 02:24:08 -0400
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On Mon, May 20, 2002 at 04:20:42PM -0500, John Kihonge wrote:

> Try making the recommended changes to
> 
>     restore/arch_xlate.c

That's just a soft-link to common/arch_xlate.c (I think I left off the
arch_ in my message).  

> and see if it makes any difference. If it dosnt work, use -v5 option and put
> the output in a location that we could look at it to see if we can find any
> indication of what is hapenning.

Is there some specific part you need to see?  That creates megabytes
of output.

I'll do it tomorrow and either pick out what you want or compress and
send the whole file.  I don't have any web space large enough to
publish this, I don't believe.

Is there a public ftp site I could use?  I'll borrow a friend's cable
modem to send the file if it's really large.

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