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Re: How to create a full system backup



As previously mentioned, use raid mirroring.  Raid level 1 will give you
an exact copy of your disk, which you can then boot from.

On Wed, 2005-10-26 at 09:44, Paulo Roncon wrote:
> Hi!
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> I need to create a exact copy of a RH9 system. This system has the
> following partitions: /root, /swap, and /.
> 
> What I would like was to somehow create a "ghost" of the disk, so I
> could disconnect the original IDE Drive, connect the "ghost" and the
> system work as normal.
> 
> If I had a LVM how would it be?
> 
> Is there some application or way to replicate the disk, create a mirror,
> ghost, whatever?? 
> 
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> 
> Thanks in advance!
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