|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] remove-older-than takes hours and slows down the system....|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Feb 2005 10:35:59 -0500|
I currently backup to a directory on the same system as the data for
an online backup system. The filesystem it's backing up has been reduced
to just about 0% space available.
I executed a rdiff-backup --force --remove-older-than mm/dd/yyyy /targetdirectory
It should have been about 60 incremental backups during that time frame, and
an overall of about 15-20gb, with maybe a 1% daily change rate of the data.
Is it normal for rdiff-backup to slow the system down to a crawl, and/or take
over 3 hours (I had to Control-C the program), and in that amount of time only
1% diskspace had been reclaimed? The total filesystem space is 18gb.
I will most likely backup the directory to tape, then I will hard delete the
incremental backup directory, and start from scratch online, unless there is
a faster way to remove the files?
This is running on a RH 7.3, The number of users is usually about 20, and is
not open to the internet.
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