[clug] Re: linux Digest, Vol 38, Issue 9
u4123459 at anu.edu.au
Thu Feb 9 09:16:23 GMT 2006
> On Thu, Feb 09, 2006 at 12:12:52PM +1100, Christopher Zhang wrote:
>> I have tried G4L (Ghost for Linux), Mindo, etc. Given that the
>> current machine doesn't have a burner, if not storing the new image
>> across the network, does that mean I have to create a spare partition
>> or mount an external harddrive to backup the system?
> Mondo can backup a live filesystem and store the ISO images on the
> filesystem so you can burn them later.
> I just make an /iso directory and then do
> mondoarchive -Oi -d /iso -E /iso <rest of your mondo options here>
> The -Oi option says to make ISO images, -d puts them in /iso, and -D
> excludes /iso from the backup.
Thanks everyone for your help. Carlo, I used your way to create the
image, does the image contain my both partitions? My partition
structure is as follows:
/dev/hda1 => / 10GB
/dev/gda2 => /home 70GB
I created ISO folder at /home/iso, and the resulting images reside
there. There are still about 2 hours until completion, my question is
does the image file contain my entire system (two partitions), or
just one? And how can I restore the image in a different harddrive?
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