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    Default Differantial Backup

    Hi Guys,

    Hi im newbie in scripting in Linux, can someone help me how to script a Full Backup on Friday everyday, and Differential Backup on Monday to Thursday everyday, with a current date stating in each Backup file.

    Thank You So Much so much in advance...

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    Hi Guys,

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    Hi Guys,

    up for this one i really need your help.

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    Use tar command.
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    Default Differential Backup and Full Backup

    Hi,

    Thank you for the quick response, but can you tell me how to script it?
    We have 8 Redhat Desktop and 1 Redhat server, my Senior Sysadmin like me to make a script for Full Backup in Friday everyday 12nn, and a Differential Backup in Monday to Thursday everyday 3pm.

    Warm Regards and God Bless.

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    Default Differential Backup

    Hi,

    I forgot to say that i will use the script on every Desktop and send it to our Server.

    Thank You So Much and up for this one.

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    See Linux / UNIX Tar Full and Incremental Tape Backup Shell Script

    Modify script as per your need. I suggest you build backup server using rsnapshot which keeps daily, hourly, weekly and monthly backup. How To Set Red hat / CentOS Linux Remote Backup / Snapshot Server
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    Default Differential Backup and Full Backup

    Hi,

    Thank you so much for the response, it really help a lot.
    Another question, what is the use of md5sum and rsync command? can i see some simple script using this 2 commands...

    Warm Regards...

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