Backup Recovery Server Linux full backup of system

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  1. Dronskiy

    Dronskiy Registered Member

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    I have Fedora Core 3 instalation
    How I can make full backup of system, from comand line?
    I don't see that options

    Common options: [--harddisk:disk1[,disk2[,...]]] [--partition:<letter>|disk1-part1[,disk2-part2[,...]]] [--filename:<archive>] [--silent] [--log:<log file>] [--oss_numbers] [--password:<password>] [--progress:eek:n|off]


    [root@xxxxx]# trueimagecmd --list
    Num Partition Flags Start Size Type
    ---- -------------------- ----------- ---------- ---------- -----------
    Disk 1 (sda):
    1-1 sda1 (/boot) Pri,Act 63 104391 Ext3
    1-2 sda2 Pri 208845 71505315 None
    Dynamic & GPT Volumes:
    DYN1 VolGroup00-LogVol00 69435392 Ext3
    Disk: 3 208845 138870784
    DYN2 VolGroup00-LogVol01 2031616 Linux Swap
    Disk: 3 139079629 4063232
     
  2. Dronskiy

    Dronskiy Registered Member

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    anybody can help me?
     
  3. Acronis Support

    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello Dronskiy,

    Thank you for using Acronis Corporate Products

    Please do the following to perform a full backup of the system from the command line:

    trueimagecmd --create --partition:1-1,DYN1,DYN2 --filename:/<path_to_a_non_backed_up_location>/filename.tib --progress: on --log:/<path_to_a_non_backed_up_location>/filename.log

    Also, please see the article Restoring LVM Volumes with Acronis True Image for more information about LVM restoration process.

    Thank you.

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    Oleg Lee
     
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2009
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