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Old 11-06-2012, 12:44 PM   #48
twobob
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I'm playing with trying:
rsync -uvS --ipv4 --ignore-times --progress /multistrap-debian-sid/rsync/debian.ext3 root@kt:/mnt/us/debian.ext3

from the PC to restore back to a known good configuration. See how that goes

Did I mention while it was mounted ? hehehe

EDIT: Okay. Rsync works great. even when the target is mounted. (I even faffed around with it to be extra naughty). The only thing is it must either be cleanly unmounted / remounted or the system restarted otherwise df -h still reports the old free space amount.

Other than that works perfectly

me@dev ~ $ rsync -uvL --inplace --ipv4 --ignore-times --progress \
/multistrap-debian-sid/rsync/debian.ext3 root@kt:/mnt/us/debian.ext3

Quote:
debian.ext3
1342177280 100% 1.14MB/s 0:18:47 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)

sent 98909805 bytes received 256511 bytes 76724.42 bytes/sec
total size is 1342177280 speedup is 13.53
Happy days

Last edited by twobob; 11-30-2012 at 12:05 PM. Reason: results , --inplace
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