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Re: [K12OSN] Can someone tell me two things?



on the first question. . .

If they are networked together. . .

rsync -e ssh -avz /path/ root server:/newpath

example, to get home directories from one server to another

To "push" to the backup server:
rsync -e ssh -avz /home/ root otherserver com:/homebackup

To "pull" to the backup server:
rsync -e ssh -avz root firstserver com:/home/ /homebackup

The destination directory does not have to exist since it will be created 
on the fly.

The trailing / on /home/ makes it get the directory and all it's 
subdirectories.

Hope this helps!

Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
DeQueen Public Schools
DeQueen, AR 71832
simpsond leopards k12 ar us
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On Mon, 4 Apr 2005, John P. Conlon wrote:

> Pertinent data:
> K12ltsp 4.2 FC-3
> AMD 1GHZ processors
> 1 Gig of RAM each machine.
> 
> 1. I need to move the entire home folder and contents to a different 
> computer so I can work on the first one.  How do I do this?  Both 
> machines ae essentially networked stand alone machines.
> 
> 2. Where do I find the file that identifies that has the abreviations 
> for ISA sound cards. I need to put this information in my lts.conf file 
> for several of my home brewed clients that have  ESS 1868 cards.
> 
> Thanks
> Pat
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