[rdup] sub sanity_check fails on remote host's mirror.pl
miek at miek.nl
Fri Oct 13 13:55:33 CEST 2006
[On 13 Oct, @13:25, ns wrote in "[rdup] sub sanity_check fails ..."]
> OK, it is my turn to make the conversion from hdup to rdup :)
> hdup has served me well during the last months, and it proved a saviour
> in a couple of cases as well, but due to the widely-recognized problems
> of huge tar files most of all, i have decided to to try rdup and put it
> into the production servers gradually
> Compilation under dapper went smoothly, so I'm trying a remote backup..
> Now the problem: I did follow the documentation and ended up with
> something like:
> rm -f /etc/rdup/ROOT_DOCS_TIMESTAMP /etc/rdup/ROOT_DOCS_LIST &&
> /usr/sbin/rdup -v -v -N /etc/rdup/ROOT_DOCS_TIMESTAMP
> /etc/rdup/ROOT_DOCS_LIST /root/docs |cstream |ssh root at 192.168.10.151
> /usr/sbin/mirror.pl -v -c -b /data/spider
> It's test of course and i try to backup /root/docs from localhost to
> There is no .nobackup files in the /root/docs tree.
> Now mirror.pl on the remote host says:
> ** mirror.pl: dump (7) must be + or - at /usr/sbin/mirror.pl line 214,
> <STDIN> line 2.
you must tell rdup to cat the file's contents, with the -c option:
use rdup -c -v -v -N ...
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