Backing up is the process of making copies (a backup) of data which may be used to restore the original after a data loss event.

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Recover file from previous installation? [duplicate]

I recently wiped an old ubuntu server of mine and installed debian, but i forgot to backup a very important file. I know there is a chance that the computer has already wrote over the file, but what ...
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How to make a backup of the data in my Laptop? [duplicate]

I would like to make a backup of all the data in my Fedora Laptop (Pictures, Music, Videos, Documents, etc.) in an external hard drive. Basically I need to know two things: A good software to do ...
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An incremental or another full backup? [closed]

After using rsync to backup a file system, if there has been dramatic change in the file system since the last backup, is it still good to do an incremental backup? Is there a rule of thumb about how ...
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Linux “dump(8)” command

I intend to use dump(8) for backing up a Mint disk. Here is the documentation about it: http://linux.die.net/man/8/dump However—is it deprecated? (The documentation does not say it works with ...
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Archive file with date-stamp [duplicate]

I want to move(archive) the multiple files from say directory /users/wahasan to /users/wahasan/old. The archive files should be autodated. files are of the format CHKBOI.pos, CHKUTI.pos, ...