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Barracuda Networks provide agents for their backup appliance for various operating systems. Unfortunately the Linux agent (unlike the Windows agent) does not come with an option for a silent installation, and it doesn't look like the vendor can be bothered to do anything about it.
Instead of being able specify a path on the commandline (or at least force a silent installaton to the default path) you're always prompted for the path where the agent should be installed:
/tmp # tar xzf barracuda_backup_agent-x.x.x.tar.gz /tmp # cd barracuda_backup_agent-x.x.x /tmp/barracuda_backup_agent-x.x.x # ./install Please choose an installation path, or press enter for default. [/usr/local/barracuda/bbs]: _
Posted 01:13 [permalink]
If you have a
DataTable object in PowerShell and you want to persist that object as a file (and restore it back to a
DataTable object sometime later) the naïve approach would be to export the (tabular) data to a (tabular) CSV:
$dt | Export-Csv -Path 'C:\path\to\table.csv' -NoType
However, the problem with this approach is that you lose the type information for the columns of the datatable (the only type information saved by the
Export-Csv cmdlet is about the type of the objects representing the rows). Also, there's no simple way to restore the CSV back to a datatable.
Posted 17:01 [permalink]