Backing up samba4
Marc.Muehlfeld at medizinische-genetik.de
Wed Sep 19 04:01:36 MDT 2012
Am 19.09.2012 11:51, schrieb Rowland Penny:
> I have run 'samba-4.0.0rc1/source4/scripting/bin/samba_backup' after creating
> /usr/local/backups. I now have three files in /usr/local/backups, two of these
> are easy to deal with, just copy their contents back to where they come from.
> The third is a bit different, samba4_private contains the backups created by
> tdbbackup, these files end in .ldb.bak. If I just copy the contents of
> samba4_private back into place, I will end up with, for instance, hklm.ldb &
> hklm.ldb.bak, what do I do now?
> Is it just as simple as ensuring samba is not running, then deleting hklm.ldb
> and renaming hklm.ldb.bak to hklm.ldb, or is there something else I need to do.
At least for the sysvol folder you should know, that the tar command from the
script doesn't backup the filesystem extended ACLs. If your tar command
supports '--xattrs', you should add to the tar command(s) in the script to
include the ext. ACLs. If your version of tar doesn't support this, maybe you
can use star.
Marc Muehlfeld (IT-Leiter)
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