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Backup and restore: existencials doubts

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by speckados, May 23, 2003.

  1. speckados

    speckados Well-Known Member

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    Backup and restore: doubts
    After my it completes misfortune in the lost one of a servant with Plesk 5 and a security soft, that was ineffective inutil and, assaults the following doubts to me.
    My machines have a second disc, formateado and of equal capacity to the primary one. I form to mount and to disassemble in /backup
    Options:
    In /scripts I see two cpbackup and cpbackup2, but in manual the single one I see cpbackup, and in addition nonencounter (manual pdf) information that and as script works.
    Is correct the use that I do?
    This configuration guarantees certain tranquillity to me to recover a system in case of breakage of the disc or another contingency?
    I will be able to recover a certain client?
    I must study other possibilities?

    Now in this moment wiht this dates and this multiple errors on run ./cpbackups


    What it's wrong?

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    speckados Well-Known Member

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    Error on backup....

    I see error.

    I format disk with IDE Format on WbeHost Manager, and this create 3 partitions, and mount /backup frist partition..... usual /boot....

    Fdisk, create only one partition, fomrat and edit fstab...

    Trying other.

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