rick at havokmon.com
Thu Jul 19 23:54:27 GMT 2007
About 4 hours after my reply I had a functional rsnapshot install -
what took me so long (besides having 'real' work to do ;) was trying
to figure out how to split up my vpopmail/domains directories so the
rsync wouldn't take so long (because of so many files/directories).
I ended up using the 'include_conf' directive, and dynamically
creating a file with just backup points.
It seems like a great solution, and was easy to install and setup.
On Jul 19, 2007, at 6:09 PM, sparty2809 wrote:
> Sorry, I didn't mean to come off rude. I appreciate the help. I
> will look
> into it and see how it works.
> Thanks for all the suggestions.
> Matt McCutchen-3 wrote:
>> On 7/19/07, Chris <sparty2809 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> I know how to use the command prompt, was just curious if it had
>>> a gui.
>> OK. Please don't take any offense at my offering a little extra
>> support in case you were a user who needed it.
>>> So this can backup for 30 days and once 30 days comes up, it will
>>> 1st day and add the 31st?
>> Yes. Just set a backup interval of "daily" with 30 snapshots in the
>> configuration file. If you like, you can also add other intervals,
>> e.g., weekly snapshots for the past 10 weeks.
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