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clone of filesystem across network preserving ionodes

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Subject: clone of filesystem across network preserving ionodes
From: "Meij, Henk" <hmeij@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2014 20:35:54 +0000
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Thread-topic: clone of filesystem across network preserving ionodes

What is the best practice way to get the contents from server1 to server2 identical disk array partitions and preserve the ionode information using xfs tools or non-xfs tools?  

 

xfsdump/xfsrestore appear to not preserve this or I can not find the obvious setting.

 

xfs_copy would, per documentation, but can I get from server1 to server2?

 

-Henk

 

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