Good Day - I was backing up data using the rsync command. I strictly followed these steps:
tutor local stop
Transfer the configuration, environment and platform data from server 1 to server 2:
rsync -avr "$(tutor config printroot)/" /tmp/tutor/
Ran correctly, showing all data transferring without any error.
On server 2, move the data to the right location:
mv /tmp/tutor "$(tutor config printroot)"
(actually I just backed it up to the same server). Then I renamed the directory as /tmp/tutor-backup
Backed-up Content Permissions : I did a
sudo chown dbilleter /tmp and even logged in as root user, but still do not see /tmp/tutor_backup (attachment).
I know it exists because if I grep, I see it in history:
.bash_history:mdir tutor_backup .bash_history:mkdir tutor_backup .bash_history:cd tutor_backup .bash_history:rsync -avr "$(tutor config printroot)/" /tmp/tutor_backup/ .bash_history:sudo rsync -avr "$(tutor config printroot)/" /tmp/tutor_backup/
Skipped Step 5 because I wasn’t creating another instance.
Thanks. I know you’re helping me with another post, so I thought I’d post separately.