|Subject:||Re: Bad day with xfsrestore, what went wrong?|
|From:||Michael Lueck <mlueck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Oct 2008 19:59:50 -0400|
|Organization:||Lueck Data Systems|
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Bill Kendall wrote:
I tried to reproduce this using the command line you supplied, but everything worked as expected for me.
Glad to hear that. Seems my tried and true syntax _can_ still work.
Perhaps try it without the -i (so that only subtrees given with -s are restored), just to rule out the possibility that you inadvertently added all files to the restore list.
Enough putzing with a production server I think. It was odd that it only put back files present in that old backup set and did not overwrite everything... thankfully! Anyway, thanks for checking / verifying my usual restore syntax that it is the correct syntax. -- Michael Lueck Lueck Data Systems http://www.lueckdatasystems.com/
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