From: Bodo Eggert (7eggert_at_gmx.de)
Date: Wed 05 Nov 2003 - 20:55:26 GMT
On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
> I've been all over the wiki and web site looking for a solution but I'm
> getting no place slowly.
> We had a hard drive fail but was able to move the /vservers/* into a
> working drive before replacing the bad drive. As this is a live system
> I'd like to _not_ take the server down and do another copy t othe new
> partition. I need to copy all the vservers (or one at a time) in
> /vservers to /vserver.new so I can stop the vservers, change the mount
> point, and restart them.
If you copy a running system, you will get an inconsistent state.
If you're running a web server, a proxy or some other read-only/caching
service, you'll just lose some log entries, so this may be ok. vservers
offering storage, mail or other r/w services should be stopped before
The canonical way of copying a directory tree is:
(cd srcdir && tar -cf - .)|(cd dstdir && tar -xvf -)
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