Re: Backup Question

2005-06-07 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Cody Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Ok, I'm trying to do a simple tar+gzip backup for my file system. I can do this no problem. The backup is a little less than 2Gb. What I would like to do is chop this up into 650Mb pieces that I can ftp over to a server with a cd-r and burn them.

Re: Backup Question

2005-06-07 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Tue, 7 Jun 2005 11:02:28 -0500 Cody Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, I'm trying to do a simple tar+gzip backup for my file system. I can do this no problem. The backup is a little less than 2Gb. What I would like to do is chop this up into 650Mb pieces that I can ftp over to a

Re: Backup Question

2005-06-07 Thread Karl Pielorz
--On 07 June 2005 11:02 -0500 Cody Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, I'm trying to do a simple tar+gzip backup for my file system. I can do this no problem. The backup is a little less than 2Gb. What I would like to do is chop this up into 650Mb pieces that I can ftp over to a server

Re: Backup Question

2005-06-07 Thread Roland Smith
On Tue, Jun 07, 2005 at 11:02:28AM -0500, Cody Holland wrote: Ok, I'm trying to do a simple tar+gzip backup for my file system. I can do this no problem. The backup is a little less than 2Gb. What I would like to do is chop this up into 650Mb pieces that I can ftp over to a server with a

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Michael Hollmann
hi there ara many ways: - tar to dvd +/- rw - tar and scp to another unix server - tar and smbclient to another windows server - tar and mail regards michael Karen Donathan wrote: Hello. What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. Is there a way to have

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Karen Donathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 9:29 AM Subject: Backup question Hello. What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. Is there a way to have an automated .tar

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Karen Donathan wrote: Hello. What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. There are many. Keep watching the list and some might show up. Is there a way to have an automated .tar file created and sent as email so I could save it on another server? Any

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Bill Moran
Karen Donathan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. Is there a way to have an automated .tar file created and sent as email so I could save it on another server? Any help would be great! Ah ... a neophyte

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Jun 09, 2004 at 10:29:27AM -0400, Karen Donathan wrote: What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. Is there a way to have an automated .tar file created and sent as email so I could save it on another server? Any help would be great!

Re: Backup question

2004-06-09 Thread Andy Smith
On Wed, Jun 09, 2004 at 10:29:27AM -0400, Karen Donathan wrote: Hello. What is the best way to back up the html directory? We do not have a tape drive. Is there a way to have an automated .tar file created and sent as email so I could save it on another server? Any help would be

Re: backup question

2004-02-06 Thread anubis
On Fri, 6 Feb 2004 10:52 am, Warren Block wrote: On Thu, 5 Feb 2004, Darryl Hoar wrote: I have a Freebsd 5.1-release box with samba installed, configured and working. On my network I have an NT 4 server (can't change this right now). It has a share on it called publications. I

Re: backup question

2004-02-05 Thread HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER
Here's how I do it... - Open a writable Samba share on the FreeBSD box. - Map the drive from Windows and ensure the Win-user can write to it. - Schedule Robocopy (Res. Kit utility) to sync the Samba share from publications. Should do it. Robocoy script should be something like: robocopy.exe

Re: backup question

2004-02-05 Thread Warren Block
On Thu, 5 Feb 2004, Darryl Hoar wrote: I have a Freebsd 5.1-release box with samba installed, configured and working. On my network I have an NT 4 server (can't change this right now). It has a share on it called publications. I would like to synchronize (in one direction) the files from