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Re: restore: expected next file xxx, got y
In article <20130127162234.GB7713%trav.math.uni-bonn.de@localhost>,
Edgar Fuß <ef%math.uni-bonn.de@localhost> wrote:
>I used dump/restore to change two file systems's parameters (and those of the
>undelying RAID), and upon restore, I got
> expected next file 38, got 3
> expected next file 38, got 4
>on one fs and
> expected next file 1639712, got 3
> expected next file 1639712, got 4
>on the other.
>I had dump'ed a subset of one of the two fs's and restore'ed it to a different
>place the day before (to estimate the time it takes) without those messages.
>So, what do the messages mean and how can I find out which files are effected?
>Are those numbers inode numbers of the source fs?
>I do have another tape-based backup but would like to avoid restoring from
>there since that would take ages.
I think these are harmless. Are you using restore -r?
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