[Dirvish] Multiple filesystems

Nathan Hunsperger dirvish at hunsperger.com
Wed Feb 2 14:22:10 PST 2005


Zachary,

If you want to cross file-system boundaries, and backup everything under
'/', you want the following in your dirvish configuration file (usually
default.conf):

xdev: 0
tree: /

I'm doing the same (but with a tree of /home) for one of the servers I
maintain with 4 volumes for user directories.  The only thing I would be
concerned about in your case is rsync trying to read /proc, etc.  You
will most likely want to add an exclude list.

exclude:
	/proc/

- Nathan



On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 04:52:24PM -0500, Zachary Fortna wrote:
> We have numerous linux clients which have multiple filesystems (/, /var,
> /usr, etc).  How can I back up all the filesystems with 1 rsync operation?
> Or is that not possible.  I don't want to have multiple directories for each
> of the filesystems.  
> 
> Zachary Fortna, DAD
> Sr. Technical Specialist
> CXtec
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