How to get rid of /proc (Full Backup

How to get rid of /proc (Full Backup

Post by ·s?_?q???é ? » Thu, 11 Apr 1996 04:00:00


  I would like to use find + cpio to get a full backup of my Unix system.

But I don't think that the -prune works perfectly.  U know why ?

Becuase if I restore the backup tape it didn't restore /etc/fs/proc !

  Pls help !

P.S I am using SVR4

< s?_?q??? >


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