How wold you bacl up LFS?

charlie charlie.cllin at free.fr
Sun Dec 26 09:39:11 PST 2004


Matthias B. a écrit :
> On Sun, 26 Dec 2004 03:10:41 -0800 Jeremy Utley <jeremy at jutley.org> wrote:
> 
> 
>>Tar will work just fine, in fact I use this regularly to transfer a LFS 
>>built on my 2500 machine over to my 400MHz.
>>
>>Simply do:
>>
>>cd /mnt/lfs && tar cjvfp lfs.tar.bz2 .
> 
> 
> It should be mentioned that you should NOT tar a running system, i.e. DO
> NOT do the above if you're chrooted into the system in question. If you
> do, tar will try to tar up files from sys, dev and proc, too. Reading some
> files from proc is DANGEROUS, so this has to be prevented. You can use the
> --one-file-system switch of tar to prevent it from entering the virtual
> filesystems in question.
> 
> MSB
> 

yes, i would have backed up from another system ;-)

regards.
CH COLLIN



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