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RE: How to create a full system backup



g4u is the better solution, but you can get it with a simple tar command:

tar -czpSf /mnt/backup/copiaSeguridad.tgz /boot /etc /initrd /sbin /usr /bin
/de

After this, you can untar the file in the new minimal installation of the
new server.


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[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com]En nombre de Shaw, Marco
Enviado el: miercoles, 26 de octubre de 2005 16:40
Para: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Asunto: RE: How to create a full system backup



> 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.

All kinds of ways.  For exaple
Ghost for Linux:
http://freshmeat.net/projects/g4l/

g4u:
http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/

You can also do software mirroring with built-in raid tools.

Marco

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