[Dirvish] Best way to backup clients, that are not always up

Johannes Kastl mail at ojkastl.de
Mon Jun 30 18:20:45 UTC 2014


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On 29.06.14 23:45 Michael Richardson wrote:

> A trivial way would be to use `dirvish --vault ${vault}` for each
> client, as part of some script that checks for availability first,
> rather than calling dirvish-runall from cron (the default).  You
> would probably also want to then run dirvish-expire as part of that
> script as well.

That would be exactly what I would do to workaround, but I was hoping
dirvish had some built-in magic that does that for me... ;-)

Regards,
Johannes
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