tool for checking integrity of a file system DUMP
guru at unixarea.de
Fri Oct 25 13:04:34 UTC 2013
El día Friday, October 25, 2013 a las 06:59:56AM -0600, Warren Block escribió:
> On Fri, 25 Oct 2013, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> > I'm using dump(8) for backups. Is there some tool to check the integrity
> > of the produced dump? A 'restore -t -f ....' seems to look only into the
> > header of the dump and not reading the full file...
> > Ideally would be a binary comparisation of the files in the dump with
> > the original files on disk, ofc directly after the dump done in single
> > user mode.
> It may be possible to use mtree(8)'s cksum to compare the original files
> with those in the backup.
Sorry for not beeing precise enough: I did not want to restore the files
to disk, just reading the dump and comparing with the original. Would be
nice if restore would have an option for this; -N is not strong enough I
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