Backing up freebsd to 1 file?
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Mon Apr 19 15:31:35 UTC 2010
>>>>> "Sergio" == Sergio de Almeida Lenzi <lenzi.sergio at gmail.com> writes:
>> It kills everything ungracefully and will screw up anything that needs
>> to sync state to disk -- like mysql.
>> Just use shutdown(8): it's what it's there for.
>> # shutdown now "Going single user to make backups"
Sergio> Ok you are right...
Sergio> for me worked because I never use mysql...
Sergio> but I use zfs and I think that during shutdown, /etc/rc.d/zfs is
Sergio> called stop
Sergio> so it unmounts all zfs partition... (I did not tested...)...
Nope. "shutdown" doesn't appear in /etc/rc.d/zfs keywords, so it won't
get "stop" during normal shutdown. That must happen later.
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