It really doesn't matter that you are a "newbie". Forum rules state that technical discussions are kept on the forum and not off-line. Feel free to ask whatever you like, it will help future readers with the same problem.
The point about your question is this. If you want to do any incremental backup then you must have put down a timestamp on a full backup to know what your increment is. Yes, you can use a backup package to do that which will store such a timestamp under the radar automatically, or you can do it yourself (as I described in my post above) where you can see that timestamp.
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Can you please let me know a clear step by step procedure link/doc for an effective full backup and recovery procedure for a Redhat server with 126.96.36.199-69.fc13.x86_64 ?
Thanks in advance.
I also have the same question for Ubuntu Enterprise 12.04 if you would ...
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Hey guys, I hope this is the right place to post. As i'm not too sure where this question would go.
The question is: How is backup and recovery carried out in major corporations. Even if you are not in a major corporation an answer would be great.
I'm doing some research as to how it's carried... (2 Replies)
When I use tsm command: archive -subdir=yes /dir1/
to backup file system: /dir1
After I delete the contents under /dir1 and recovery it from TSM backup,
I found the link breaked. Such as:
lrwxrwxrwx 1 abc develop 8 Apr 28 16:04 bin... (1 Reply)