[Samba] Re: Need a cron script written
anawaltaj at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 10 22:02:09 GMT 2002
Well -f (force) has been mentioned, but since you specificaly said you'd
like to answer yes, use yes.
yes | cp -a (or whatever flags you want for cp)
It's a funny little program (but usefull, I'm not knocking it). Run it by
itself just for fun. Remember ctrl-c to break...
"Brent Torrenga" <brent.torrenga at torrenga.com> wrote in message
news:NBEILKHCGCACMALJPLOMMEOFCAAA.brent.torrenga at torrenga.com...
> I use the same technique, and only use "cp -R", it does it fine on my
> Mandrake 8.2 machine. Is there also a way to tell cp to answer yes to any
> From: "Kevin Brown" <isp at dotgonepc.com>
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 21:33:06 -0800
> Reply-To: kb at usedcomputersales.net
> Subject: [Samba] Need a cron script written
> I do this manually:
> smbmount //Beverley/C /home/data
> pwd: "insert pwd"
> cp -ruv /home/samba/public /home/data
> smbumount /home/data
> This lets me do the following:
> make a copy of all my samba shares on the server to a client named
> ruv does the following
> recursive (all subdirectories and subfolders)
> unchanged (only write over when newer)
> pwd: "insert pwd" would be my password for that share (secret!!)
> the only problem is I can not get cp to do this "quietly or without input,
> even dropping
> the "v" makes me confirm each write.
> I need to unmount the share at end of backup.
> Any ideas of doing it another way much appreciated.
> I currently run a cron job, tar -cvfpP /dev/st0 /home/samba/public weekly
> save all
> my samba server shares to tape.
> best, kevin brown
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