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Re: New issue

dean gaudet-4
On Wed, 19 Oct 2005, Davy Durham wrote:

> The recover command is same as in the previous msg:
>
> diff-backup -v5 --print-statistics  --restore-as-of 0D --force --remote-schema
> '/usr/local/bin/cstream -t '$(($maxKBps * 1024))' | ssh %s '\''rdiff-backup
> --server'\'' | /usr/local/bin/cstream -t '$(($maxKBps * 1024)) .
> root@destmachine::/

you're doing restore to the root of a machine which is live?

> OSError: [Errno 39] Directory not empty: '/home/foo/bar/log'

is it possible that your dest machine has a running process which created
a file in that directory while rdiff-backup was trying to remove it?

i'm kind of skeptical of trying to restore to / on a live machine... but
maybe you've taken it down to single user and brought up the networking
interface... just curious.

-dean


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