Re: Disk image creation

Why Tea <ytlim1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
What is the best way to create a linux disk (hard disk) image so that
it can be fully restored in case of an emergency? We are running
Asterisk (an open source PABX) and would like to be able to fully
backup the entire drive and restore it should disaster strikes. Thanks
in advance for any help and advice.

Maybe 'mondo' can supply what you want.
It lets you create a backup, and with help of 'mindi', you can boot from
that backup and restore it (bare metal restore).

Laurenz Albe

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