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Option --one-file-system is not used any more for a tar backup #105

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framps opened this Issue Jan 24, 2019 · 4 comments

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framps commented Jan 24, 2019

Root cause is the fact that the config files are not updated when updating raspiBackup. There was some reorganization of options in the config file fo 0.6.4.2. Users using raspiBackup for a longer time have old config files which don't have the --one-file-system defined so all non local filesystems are saved also.

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curl -sSL https://www.linux-tips-and-tricks.de/downloads/raspibackup-de-conf/download > raspiBackup.conf

Now merge raspiBackup.conf with your local changes and copy raspiBackup.conf into /usr/local/etc.

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framps commented Jan 24, 2019

This issue will be fixed by #104

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framps commented Jan 27, 2019

Issue will be fixed with #104

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framps commented Jan 28, 2019

Reopening just to make this issue more prominent for visitors facing the same issue.

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framps commented Feb 3, 2019

#106 has a better description of the issue for users of raspibackup

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