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

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104 Responses

  1. ankush jain says:

    Sir i want to take full image of Linux server, if any case Linux server will down then I will be restore easily so what is the command of create Linux server image and I want to create ghost image of Linux server

  2. fr2632 says:

    –2016-09-14 12:20:54–
    => “mondorescue.repo”
    Resolving failed: Temporary failure in name resolution.
    wget: unable to resolve host address “”

  3. David says:

    Is there a way to get back to the session if you loose your SSH connection?

  4. André Verwijs says:

    backup works great.. but restore is a different story…. :(

  5. john says:

    I use to use mondorescue in Ubuntu within a VM all the time to build and test servers and then install them on clients systems. But it no longer works with Ubuntu and as I see you are doing this in Windows that makes a big difference when you tell people it works with Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint because it does not.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Actually, the article is little outdated and haven’t been updated yet, so just a question are you using latest version of Mondoresuce on the latest Ubuntu VM? is it working fine without any errors? If, yes will update this article with new release..

  6. Prateek says:

    can we install it on a single machine and take backup of all other machine through that single machine ?

    Please help

    • Ravi Saive says:


      No that’s not possible, its only allowed to install on one system for cloning, not for multiple systems..

  7. Rommel says:

    For RHEL/Centos 7, the URL for the repo file is

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