How to Clone/Backup Linux Systems Using – Mondo Rescue Disaster Recovery Tool

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80 Responses

  1. Prathmesh Vaidya says:

    Hi Ravi,

    Can I use the iso backup of one server to restore onto another server (rather than installing it).Or every servers iso backup can be used to recover only that specific server.

  2. Marcon says:

    Hello,

    Can this be used if I want to ‘clone’ my current Centos server setup to other machines?

    Cheers.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Marcon,
      May be yes, but I never tried it, I think you should give a try..let me know when you’re done..

  3. shairalibaig says:

    shall we create a script for this to automate /or to take the full image backup of iso image once in a week..

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Shairalibaig,
      No idea about shell script, but you can use rsync or dd command to make full system backup..

  4. shairalibaig says:

    yes can i do it for centos 6.5 production server

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Shairalibaig,
      Yes, you can use these instructions on CentOS 6 or any CentOS flavors to take backup/restore..

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