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Re: [linux-lvm] dump/restore on a regular file?



hi,

thanx the dump did work. But now, my restore isnt working, it keeps telling me
"no tapes read yet"
or
".foo was not found on the tape"


When i gave restore with option 'C', it tell me that some files were modified.

Please help me with the restore too.
Thank u so much,
Kanika



dump 0f /backup/file.dump /mnt/path
  (normal dump of fs in /etc/fstab)

or

dump 0zf /backup/file.dump /other/mnt/path
  (does compressed dumps, smaller)

or

dump 0zf /backup/file.dump /dev/unknown
  (dump of device not in /etc/fstab)

HTH,
Herbert

> thanx for ur help,
> Kanika
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