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Rsync backup

I am trying to use rsync to backup all of the folders on a volume from
Srv1 to Srv2. The servers are identical, NW6.5sp5, the same volumes, and
the same hardware. The problem is I am not sure of the syntax for the
rsync command on the souce server. The destination server is configured
properly because I can do a test of one folder at a time without
problems. I am trying to transfer hundreds of folders from the root of a
user volume. The command I am using is: sys:rsync\rsync -var --
volume=HOME:/ Srv2.IP.Add.ress::Srv2 Name
Any ideas or suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks

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Re: Rsync backup

Tony,

Take a look at the rsync forum (novell.forge.rsync.help). It has lots of
input on this.


tony@nomail.com wrote in
news:EYeih.18302$jS4.14346@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com:

> I am trying to use rsync to backup all of the folders on a volume from
> Srv1 to Srv2. The servers are identical, NW6.5sp5, the same volumes,
> and the same hardware. The problem is I am not sure of the syntax for
> the rsync command on the souce server. The destination server is
> configured properly because I can do a test of one folder at a time
> without problems. I am trying to transfer hundreds of folders from
> the root of a user volume. The command I am using is:
> sys:rsync\rsync -var -- volume=HOME:/ Srv2.IP.Add.ress::Srv2 Name
> Any ideas or suggestions are appreciated.
> Thanks
>


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