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Recovering multiple ssids with path?
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Recovering multiple ssids with path?

Posted by George Sinclair - NOAA Federal 
George Sinclair - NOAA Federal
Recovering multiple ssids with path?
October 04, 2019 09:59PM
Anyone tried recovering multiple ssids with a path?

I ran recover as: recover -d destination -S ssid1 -S ssid2

where ssid1 was /home and ssid2 was /tmp. It worked fine, but then I
tried running it again as:

recover -d destination -S ssid1 /home/user/testdir -S ssid2

It restored /home/user/testdir but not /tmp, and no complaints. I then
tried it as:

recover -d destination -S ssid1 -S ssid2 /home/user/testdir

Again, I get /home/user/testdir but no tmp. I wasn't sure how it would
interpret having the path for ssid1 after ssid2, but seems it just
ignores ssid2 if a path is provided. Maybe I'm missing something obvious
here?

I would expect that the path would follow the given ssid, but since the
path must be absolute then maybe it doesn't matter?

George

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Dag Nygren
Re: Recovering multiple ssids with path?
October 08, 2019 11:59AM
On 05-10-2019 kl. 00:06:16 EEST George Sinclair - NOAA Federal wrote:

> where ssid1 was /home and ssid2 was /tmp. It worked fine, but then I
> tried running it again as:
>
> recover -d destination -S ssid1 /home/user/testdir -S ssid2
>
> It restored /home/user/testdir but not /tmp, and no complaints. I then
> tried it as:
>
> recover -d destination -S ssid1 -S ssid2 /home/user/testdir
>
> Again, I get /home/user/testdir but no tmp. I wasn't sure how it would
> interpret having the path for ssid1 after ssid2, but seems it just
> ignores ssid2 if a path is provided. Maybe I'm missing something obvious
> here?
>
> I would expect that the path would follow the given ssid, but since the
> path must be absolute then maybe it doesn't matter?

As the path setting is just a simple expression match that
saves everything matching to disk I think what you see
is the expected result.

Best
Dag


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