|Subject:||Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Files Missing In Backup Resulting in Update Error|
|Date:||Thu, 15 May 2014 09:45:07 +0100|
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Yes from Mike's email it does seem there is a problem with rdiff-backup if the destination filesystem is accessed via NFS.
I hadn't realised you use sshfs, the script you gave appeared to use rdiff-backup's internal connection method. Yet I use sshfs to mount a remote source directory (for a source machine which cannot run rdiff-backup) and I have never had any problems with it, my remote filesystem is ext4 (previously reiserfs), the destination filesystem is ext4. I have always used rdiff-backup switches --no-eas and --no-acls which may or may not be significant, and I backup from an LVM snapshot of the source.
What are the underlying filesystems for the sources (/etc and /home) and for the destination (YYY.domain.nl::/data/backup/XXX/rdiff-disk-backup)?
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On 14/05/2014 13:43, M. Verkerk wrote:
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