I use grsync. I have a few saved processes, so I just fire it up and hit
"go". Each backup is around 10Gb.
I have a little bit of time up my sleeve but soon the pregnant lady will
want her special shot.
On 15/1/20 10:12 pm, ed chan wrote:
Getting slightly off topic here , looks like you copy and move files
from devices to devices ; Do you do that manually or is there a script
that does it for you ?
On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 10:03 PM ed chan <echan64(a)gmail.com
You could take it to a commercial Linux org that knows BTFS and
get them to rescue /dev/sda3. It may cost a few hundred
dollars but ...
On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 9:31 PM pushin.linux via luv-main
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-------- Original message --------
From: ed chan <echan64(a)gmail.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Date: 15/1/20 9:18 pm (GMT+10:00)
To: "pushin.linux" <pushin.linux(a)gmail.com
Cc: Andrew Greig via luv-main <luv-main(a)luv.asn.au
Subject: Re: Grub 2 Issues - was Weird Boot
Silly question from me: do you have a backup of sda ? Can you
mount sda readonly ? . Another idea - outside this technical
sphere is that perhaps you could ask some commercial Linux
support org that may be able to provide support. Obtaining
support from a list ( a very good one at that - I learnt a lot
from the posting of this list ) can sometimes be stressful.
Sorry I can't offer too much help - I don't know BTFS or RAID
, I am a luddite , I only know ext3/4.
I use my SSD for quicker processing and then when my work is
done I move the RAW files to my RAID drives and make copy to
an external 3TB, my images once exported as proofs and full
size images are copied to the RAID drives and Google Drive,
and the external hard drive. But I was in the middle of a
project when it went down. My RAW files are still on sda3..
Bugger. Its a pregnancy shoot, too late now to reshoot.
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