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Old 02-20-2013
Create a flat file and directory structure

Hi All,

is there any work around to generate the file and directory structure like below at left side at Output? and exclude all file except .abc .txt

Current Directory structure

Code:
|-------------files
|---------------Share
|-----------------dir1
|-----------------dir2
|-----------------dir3
|-----------------dir4
|-----------------dir5
|-----------------dir6
|-----------------dir7
|-----------------dir8
|-------------------IMG
|---------------------IMG001
|---------------------IMG002
|-----------------------1234.abc
|-----------------------abcd.txt
|-------------------00001
|---------------------IMG
|-----------------------IMG1
|-----------------------IMG2
|-------------------Sample
|---------------------hello
|-----------------------prod
|-------------------------NAD
|---------------------------NAT
|-------------------------TEXT
|---------------------------TEXTILE1
|---------------------00002
|-----------------------IMAG
|-------------------------IMAG1
|-------------------------IMAG2
|-----------------dir9
|-----------------dir10
|-----------------dir11

print Output file look like this

Code:
1 files    
1.1 Share
1.1.1 dir1
1.1.2 dir2    
1.1.3 dir3
1.1.4 dir4
1.1.5 dir5
1.1.6 dir6
1.1.7 dir7
1.1.8 dir8
1.1.8.1 IMG
1.1.8.1.1 IMG001    
1.1.8.1.2 IMG002    
1.1.8.1.2.1 1234.abc        
1.1.8.1.2.2 abcd.txt    
1.1.8.2 00001            
1.1.8.2.1 IMG                
1.1.8.2.1.1    IMG1            
1.1.8.2.1.2    IMG2            
1.1.8.3    Sample                
1.1.8.3.1 hello                
1.1.8.3.1.1    prod            
1.1.8.3.1.1.1 NAD            
1.1.8.3.1.1.1.1 NAT            
1.1.8.3.1.1.1.2    TEXT        
1.1.8.3.1.1.2.2.1 TEXTILE1    
1.1.8.3.2 00002                
1.1.8.3.2.1 IMAG            
1.1.8.3.2.1.1 IMAG1        
1.1.8.3.2.1.2 IMAG2        
1.1.9 dir9                
1.1.10 dir10            
1.1.11 dir11

Thank you

Last edited by heros; 02-20-2013 at 10:08 PM..
 
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NAME
raidfile-config - Configure Box Backup's RAID files SYNOPSIS
raidfile-config config-dir blocksize dir1 [dir2 [dir3]] DESCRIPTION
raidfile-config creates a raidfile.conf file for Box Backup. This file holds information about the directories used to store backups in. Box Backup supports userland RAID, in a restricted RAID5 configuration, where 3 and only 3 'drives' are supported. You can read more about RAID5 (and other RAID-levels) here[1]. Parameters The parameters are as follows: config-dir The directory path where configuration files are located. Usually this is /etc/box. raidfile.conf will be written in this directory. blocksize The block size used for file storage in the system, in bytes. Using a multiple of the file system block size is a good strategy. Depending on the size of the files you will be backing up, this multiple varies. Of course it also depends on the native block size of your file system. dir1 The first directory in the built-in RAID array. dir2 The second directory in the built-in RAID array. If you are not using the built-in RAID functionality, this field should be ignored. You should not use the built-in RAID if you have a hardware RAID solution or if you're using another type of software RAID (like md on Linux). dir3 The third directory in the built-in RAID array. The same notes that apply to dir2 also apply to dir3. Note that there are currently no way to add multiple disk sets to the raidfile.conf file using command line tools, etc. See raidfile.conf(5) for details on adding more disks. BUGS
If you find a bug in Box Backup, and you want to let us know about it, join the mailing list[2], and send a description of the problem there. To report a bug, give us at least the following information: o The version of Box Backup you are running o The platform you are running on (hardware and OS), for both client and server. o If possible attach your config files (bbstored.conf, bbackupd.conf) to the bug report. o Also attach any log file output that helps shed light on the problem you are seeing. o And last but certainly not least, a description of what you are seeing, in as much detail as possible. FILES
raidfile-config generates the raidfile.conf(5) file. SEE ALSO
bbstored-config(8), bbstored.conf(5), raidfile.conf(5) AUTHORS
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1. here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redundant_array_of_independent_disks#RAID_5 2. mailing list http://lists.warhead.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/boxbackup Box Backup 0.11 10/28/2011 RAIDFILE-CONFIG(8)

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