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0answers
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Change the logical volume

I am quite new this snapshot process. Let, I have three logical volumes as A, B, C. I worked on logical volume C. But accidentally when I restart the system, it goes to the snapshot A. How can I ...
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1answer
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Detailed explanation of how virtual machine snapshots work

I would like to fully understand how virtual machine snapshots work. Although I have researched this subject I cannot seem to find a "high-level" overview of how snapshots work practically. My ...
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2answers
546 views

File replication program for Linux

For my disaster recovery plan I am looking for a free/open source file replication program which could copy all files including open/busy files to a remote server. Would appreciate any suggestions or ...
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5answers
1k views

Backup solution for 10TB using ubuntu

I am setting up a backup server with roughly ten 2TB hard drives raided. The purpose of this machine is simply to back up about 3-10TB of data from another server. What is the best way to achieve ...
2
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4answers
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where are kvm-snapshots stored?

I run several VM's on KVM/ubuntu, which all get started with the -snapshot parameter (the VM's only compute several things which can be destroyed after reboot). Out of the docs I've read, the changes ...
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1answer
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Does xfs_freeze suffice to snaphot MySQL db?

I am writing a script to snapshot EBS volumes on AWS. One of the volumes contains the data for a mysql database. I am aware that I need to somehow stop data being written to the database while the ...
0
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2answers
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What's a good backup system to use on ubuntu?

I'm running an internal network LAMP server on ubuntu 10.10. I have another ubuntu running on an older ppc g5 with a 640gb drive in it. I'd like to run some software on that G5 that does some snapshot ...
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2answers
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VirtualBox problem: cannot take snapshot

I have just setup a Lucid Lynx desktop machine. I have installed VirtualBox 3.2.6 on this machine to run several server. I have created a new Lucid Lynx server in one VM, the VM creation is fine but ...
2
votes
1answer
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VirtualBox, physical disks, and snapshots

I have an Ubuntu guest installed on a raw HDD (entire disk, not a partition). It runs just fine under WinXP. In addition, I was able to boot directly into it (using the BIOS boot-device selector). At ...