[K12OSN] Silly rsync question

Charles Hale support at 499pc.net
Tue May 23 18:58:53 UTC 2006

You have to issue the following.  Get to your /home directory:
 cd  /home

 once there change your rsync command to:
rsync -av . /powervault

Chuck Hale

Jim Kronebusch <jim at winonacotter.org> wrote: I can't seem to find my notes for syntax to rsync my /home to another drive. 
We purchased a new PowerVault 220S and are moving from a SATA RAID over to
this to fix speed issues.  I want to rsync /home to /powervault, then unmount
/home and /powervault and remount /powervault as /home, make sense?  Anyhow I
issued "rsync -av /home /powervault" and it is creating
/powervault/home/allmydata, and I want /powervault/allmydata.  What switch or
trailing slashes am I missing?



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