Lowell Gilbert wrote:
> >> > What is it?
> >> 
> >> I don't know. Perhaps it is the inode of the snapshot file
> >> itself?
> >
> > "find -inum" does not support this assumtion.
> 
> Do you mean that you can't find the file at all in the snapshot?

Here is an example for you:


$ restore -rNf test.dmp
./var/db/entropy/saved-entropy.1: (inode 1887715) not found on tape
expected next file 259101, got 11
$ restore -tvf test.dmp | grep 259101
Level 0 dump of / on test.sibptus.tomsk.ru:/dev/ad0s1a
Label: none
leaf    259101  ./usr/share/tmac/m.tmac
$ restore -tvf test.dmp | grep " 11"
Level 0 dump of / on test.sibptus.tomsk.ru:/dev/ad0s1a
Label: none
dir    1130496  ./media
$

This means that 

1. "/var/db/entropy/saved-entropy.1" was not dumped for some reason, though
   "-L" was given during the dump.
2. File with inode number 11 is not in the dump.

-- 
Victor Sudakov,  VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
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