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... i don't want my data to get lost The normal way to do this is to use a backup system that is compatible with your OS. Choose a backup system Perform backups Verify backups Perform hardware upgrade


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Recent libvirt/kvm versions support the discard vdisc option (for SCSI vdisk type only). With this option enabled, you can issue fstrim / on the guest fileststem and unused blocks will be immediately discarded by the host vm image, compacting/reducing it via hole punching. See here (driver section, search for 'discard') and here for more information. If ...


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If you have the FILE privilege you can, table by table, use SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE queries and download your data from those.


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Since version 0.7.03 of Duplicity it is possible to list the revisions that a file has changed in: duplicity collection-status --file-changed 'filename' 'remote-url'



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