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Tue Jul 24 17:12:14 UTC 2007
Victor Sudakov <vas at mpeks.tomsk.su> writes:
> cpghost wrote:
>> > I always use "dump -L" to dump a live filesystem.
>> > However, when I restore the dump, I sometimes get messages like
>> > "foo.txt (inode 12345) not found on tape" or
>> > "expected next file 12345, got 23456"
>> I'm seeing this too. It's always exactly one inode per file system.
> You are probably talking about "expected next file 12345, got 23456".
> It seems harmless.
> But I am more worried about "foo.txt (inode 12345) not found on tape".
> Indeed, some files fail to get into the dump.
Are the files active at the time of the dump?
>> > I thought this should _never_ happen when dumping a snapshot.
>> > What is it?
>> I don't know. Perhaps it is the inode of the snapshot file
> "find -inum" does not support this assumtion.
Do you mean that you can't find the file at all in the snapshot?
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