Henry <cscho2k> wrote:> I would like to ask how I can restore / partition in Linux.
> I dump and restore other partition successfully (ext2 and ext3)
> I tired with an HP SureStore 40/80GB DLT Drive and Compaq 110/220 GB SDLT
> Drive, but the same result as following:[....] > DUMP: dumping (Pass III) [directories]> [roottapetest root]# dump 0uf /dev/st0 /
> DUMP: Date of this level 0 dump: Fri Jul 4 10:24:28 2003
> DUMP: Dumping /dev/sda5 (/) to /dev/st0
> DUMP: Added inode 7 to exclude list (resize inode)
> DUMP: Volume 1 started with block 1 at: Fri Jul 4 10:25:20 2003[....] > DUMP: Volume 1 took 0:01:06> DUMP: dumping (Pass IV) [regular files]
> DUMP: Closing /dev/st0
> DUMP: Volume 1 completed at: Fri Jul 4 10:26:26 2003
> DUMP: Volume 1 133270 tape blocks (130.15MB)> DUMP: Date this dump completed: Fri Jul 4 10:26:26 2003
> DUMP: Average transfer rate: 2019 kB/s
> DUMP: DUMP IS DONE
> [roottapetest root]# restore if /dev/st0
> resync restore, skipped 3388 blocks
> resync restore, skipped 3410 blocks
> Segmentation faultwell Nitwiii..., err, Sir, why do you want to restore to a live mounted> Only the root partition have this problem, no problem with other partitions.
> And this problem exists in both ext2 and ext3 system.
> And during the dump,
> sprious 8259A interrupt: IRQ7
> was dispalyed in the console > Brgds, > Henry
/? i have never tried it before, normally you boot boot from boot/root
floppies. same question for any other _mounted_ filesystem.
you could possibly do a compare, i think restore offers it. --Loren