Provided by: chiark-backup_6.0.2_all
backup-takedown - Bring some system services down for backups
`backup-takedown' is for running a reduced level of system services during backups. To use this command you need to configure init by setting up runlevel 5 to provide the level of services you want, and to run backup-driver automatically on entering runlevel 5.
freq `freq' may be `now', `soon' or nothing depending on the number of warning messages desired - these correspond to warnings.* files.
/etc/chiark-backup/warnings.* Files specifying what number and frequency of warnings will be produced. /etc/chiark-backup/settings.pl Configuration file for the whole of chiark-backup
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