[rear-users] request for help to configure - backing up the entire system running Linux

Aragones, Ivan ivan.aragones.muniesa at hp.com
Mon Apr 28 15:17:22 CEST 2014


The following options are working for me:


Hope to be helpfull.

Ivan Aragonés [Communicator] <sip:ivan.aragones.muniesa at hp.com>
Analista de Sistemas
HP Barcelona Site
ivan.aragones.muniesa at hp.com<mailto:ivan.aragones.muniesa at hp.com>

From: rear-users-bounces at lists.relax-and-recover.org [mailto:rear-users-bounces at lists.relax-and-recover.org] On Behalf Of Ananda Venkataraman
Sent: diumenge, 27 / abril / 2014 14:51
To: rear-users at lists.relax-and-recover.org
Subject: [rear-users] request for help to configure - backing up the entire system running Linux


  I am trying to configure the ReaR.  My goal is to configure the Rear to backup the entire system running LinuxOS.  So I would like to backup and recover the "/", "/boot" directories to ISO output.  I would like to first place the iso locally.  At present I could get the ISO output placed locally.  However, my ISO output is about 30-40MB.  So I would like to request your help to configure the /etc/rear/local.conf with the an example of variables to be used in the local.conf for backing  up the entire system.  The "/" directory is about 3.0GB.  Thanks.


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