I need to create script which would be ran by cron each day. Purpose of that script would be to create alias for one directory that each day has different name. The directory name changes it's name each day like 2013-11-11, 2013-12-11 etc. Actually, new directory get's created.
I use luckybackup (an rsync-based backup package) to back up my data to a dedicated 500GB hard drive.
My source data contain several symbolic links. My problem is that the symbolic links that have been copied to the backup (500GB) drive remain active. So, if I make a change to a linked directory on the source drive, the change shows up immediately on the backup (target) drive.
I had only Ubuntu on my drive and now I'm trying to delete the partitions and reinstall Windows. Somehow my partitions got messed up and my other drive with all backup files is stuck underneath an extended partition. Is there any way to get it and the other free space out without losing data? I'm stuck using the LiveCD right now.
There's a backup configuration option to remount and unmount the backup drive which "requires a separate drive/coda/nfs mount". Later on, there's field labelled "Backup Destination" which "should be a directory/NFS/Coda mount".
Hi, i'm trying to make a directory backup program in C without using any system call.I'm able to read the "SOURCE" directory contents(it's subfolders and different types of files) but don't know to create the same directory in "DESTINATION". If anybody can kindly reply. It's an urgent task for me and i'm stuck midway.