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Urgent need of copying database file systems from UFS to ZFS file systems using RSYNC

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I need urgent help in copying database file system from UFS to ZFS file system from one server to another using RSYNC
on UNIX Solaris servers.

I need script written to accomplish this using Bash or Korn shell using rsync that I can put this job under crontab and it can complete its copying database file system,

 ALSO PLEASE EXPLAIN STEPS DESCRIBE IN THIS SCRIPT.

Many thanks,




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NFS share from one server to another, on the second server mount the share dir onto say /mnt. The script as follow:
#!/bin/sh
umask 022
echo "Started copying database at"
date
/usr/local/bin/rsync -auvpogl /mnt/ /localdir
echo "Finshed copying at"
date
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We do not use NFS in our environment.

Please eliminate option of NFS to provide short script to accomplish this using rsync as stated.

Thanks
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Two answers have been given in very short time frames. Client has changed mind, but points should allocate regard less.
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Two answers have been given in very short time frame. Client has changed mind, but point should allocate regard less.
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