[Rear-users] stopping rear ends with empty usb disk
joerg.schum at gmx.de
Wed Jul 13 10:26:50 CEST 2011
On 13.07.2011 09:09, Jeroen Hoekx wrote:
> umount fails twice; ReaR does an rm -rf on the build area...
> Why does the umount fail?
ok, at UBUNTU e.g. the USB Disk was mounted automatically to
/media/<somewhat> if you put it in.
I think it can be to every time, that somebody was loocking into the
disk / nfs share or whatever, to see, what ReaR was doing....
or to do a "tail -f" at the backup.txt??? to see the excludelists are ok.
I think, under such conditions, never a rm -rf should run. This is an
Is this only an behavior of the ctrl-C Abort or can it be possible under
normal End of Rear conditions , if the media was busy?
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