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Could anyone elaborate on the use of backupninja with vservers?
I'm trying to find the most simple and straight forward way to do
backups. (Host and Vserver).
So far I'm running a tar of the /vservers/[name-o-vserver] and
/etc/vservers/[name-o-vserver] onto a samba mounted drive on a
This will work well. But not for always because in order to make a
good backup, One needs to first shut down the vserver, make the
backup, and then start the vserver. (If you run torrents for
instance, those will be killed. etc.)
Another way would be to make use of LVM and it's snapshot feature.
Which is very cool solution.
I'd like to try my hand at backupninja. It is supposed to have
vserver aware functionality in it. But I can't find any documentation
about it on the net, except for this very list.
 = <http://list.linux-vserver.org/archive/vserver/msg11825.html>
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Received on Mon May 29 13:17:02 2006