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60 Responses

  1. Sriram says:

    Hi Team,

    I just want to know one thing. I have the Ubuntu rack server with RAID configured. This is my old server so i have plan to take the image backup and restore in new dell rack server with RAID so any other free tool have in market pleas suggest to me any free Linux image backup/restore tool.

    Note: Without server down time i need to take backup and restore in new Dell rack server.

    Already i was used the Clonzilla tool. If i use this tool i wand to shutdown my server so that i m searching other tool

  2. Dan Marinescu says:

    Under mac, i have the following functionality (bootable, full system backup system):

    • backup everything (live, while using the file system) to a different drive. since it is a file based, the destination drive is always bootable.
    • implicitly, i can boot from the backup drive and do what i please, backup it again, against a different machine, you name it

    the result is this: core machine, 1tb. destination machine: 512gb (downscale it). works like a charm

    how can one do that with Linux?

  3. keithy says:

    Where’s bup?

  4. Artem Russakovskii says:

    Where’s rclone? https://github.com/ncw/rclone

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