|Subject:||Re: Is xfsdump operation atomic?|
|From:||Michael Locher <locher@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 24 Nov 2004 09:50:56 +0100|
Ivan, thanks for commenting on this.
Am 23.11.2004 um 13:12 schrieb Ivan Rayner:
You seem to be of the opinion that you can't create a backup of a live
But it could be... it would be a nice feature to have, tough i am sure it is not trivial to implement.
If a file is removed or created while a xfsdump is running, then it may or
What happens if a large file (eg a multi GB database file) is modified during the dump.
Will it be consistent? i.e are write operations allowed on a file when its data is dumped?
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