[rear-users] Article about ReaR in German Linux Magazin
schlomo at schapiro.org
Sat Mar 5 21:17:50 CET 2016
that is very nice!
IMHO the most "usable" use cases for the Linux Magazin audience would be
1) creating a bootable recovery USB media (stick or disk) to recover a
single server or desktop. Backups happen manually, e.g. when the user plugs
in the USB device (we have an udev rule to automate this :-) )
2) using ReaR in the data center in a more automated fashion. NFS for
simple setups and tests, integrating with "real" backup software for
If you want feedback feel free to email me your draft privately.
On 4 March 2016 at 19:24, Oliver Hoffmann <oliver at g.dom.de> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I'll write an article about ReaR in a Computer Magazine.
> They can be found here:
> The paper will be in the printed version only though.
> Topics will be
> -Introduction to ReaR
> -Basic use of ReaR
> -a use case
> The use case will describe how I saved an old Ubuntu Server running on
> old HW by using ReaR. The image and backup (to an NFS Server) where then
> used to reincarnate it as a VM on a Xen Host.
> I'll see how that works on VMWare and/or other virtualisation Software too.
> So, if you have suggestions or ideas please tell me. I might have some
> question though. I just want to make sure that everything will be
> described correctly.
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