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dump command - does it save extended attributed, ACLs and SELinux settings on ext4 filesystems?

I'd like to use dump(8) for dumping an ext4 filesystem for transport to another system. However, it is not clear from research that I have come across as to whether the dump/restore pair will ...
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ssh dynamic port forwarding and tcpdump shows cleartext

I'm trying to encrypt my web traffic using SSH dynamic port forwarding in case I happen to be in moot places such as internet cafes, hotels and so on. On my laptop I installed an SSH server and ...
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Can I start the VM in openVZ once the checkpoint is completed during vzdump?

I have a VM with huge amount of data, close to 800GB. I was taking a vzdump of this VM. During the vzdump, openvz suspends the vm and does a check point and does a final sync of data before completing ...
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dump with old 43BSD,question about tape size

On old 43bsd i want to dump /usr This command works dump 0uf /dev/rmt12 /dev/ra0a dump is command 0u mean full and update /etc/dumpdates f mean use /dev/rmt12 and /dev/ra0a is the root partition. ...
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How to compress a mysql dump using 7z via a pipe?

I've been attempting to compress my mysqldump output via 7z using the pipe operator (I have seen this question, but its answer uses xz not 7z). This is what I have tried so far: mysqldump -u root -p ...
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Dump XEN guest memory image

I am new into memory forensics thing and I am trying to dump a memory image from a XEN guest (Ubuntu 12.04 x64 - domU) in order to analyze it on dom0 (Ubuntu server 12.04 x64) with volatility . For ...
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Deleted my ssh keys

I'm on a Mac (OSX). I've accidentally deleted my ssh keys, but I haven't restarted my computer yet so I'm still able to access servers with my key. I guess the ssh-agent has some form of it in memory?...
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Linux dump, which folders/files are excluded from first backup?

When using dump, level 0, to save the whole concerned partition : $ dump -0f /path/to/target/drive / I'm said some folders are excluded (I guess, at least, tmp folder). I have not found more detail ...
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How to check if a dump-generated backup is OK?

When dumping my FS with dump, e.g.: $ dump -0f /path/to/usb/nonexistant-file-name / I get a binary file, extension-free. It's normal. I regularly store such backups, if ever I need to restore one. ...
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Linux dump(8) outputs nothing

I am dumping my live partition. All works ok in terminal. Until the 100%. I dump from live mint partition to an USB key. $ dump -0f /dev/sdc1 /dev/sda2 Once done, I look at my USB key. Nothing on ...
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du: combine both timestamps

On Linux, du offers the displaying of timestamps: atime OR ctime OR mtime Question: Is there an easy way to get all three of them displayed at the same time (one file, all three timestamps)? I guess ...
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Can't find the location of DUMPed file system

I dumped a file system, chose the name for the dump ("home_fs_dump"), the dump was declared successfull, and yet I couldn't locate this name anywhere in the system. (And at the end I tested if locate ...
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Restore from incremental backup?

I read some books which use dump and restore. They said that during restore, first restore the latest full backup, and then restore each incremental backup created after the full backup. But I am ...
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/etc/fstab 5th column

Whatever I have understood so far about the 5th column of /etc/fstab that it is for dump command to run on that file system. if entry is 0 dump command will not run and if the entry is 1 then dump ...
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Dump network traffic of single application (strace-like)

I'm looking for a way to dump pcap of network data generated by an application, in a simmilar way strace dumps syscalls, etc. eg: net-strace somecommand -args somecommand would do something over ...
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tracking directory permission changes

Permission of a certain directory named 11203 got changed twice bcoz of which the hosted app encountered some problems. When i used the command.. ausearch -i |grep chmod |grep 11203 I got the ...
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How to mount a dd-image which was created via fmem (memory dump tool)

I'm quite new to Linux. I've used the tool fmem for creating a memory dump dd-file. That works fine. But how can I access this image? I've tried it with mount but it says I have to specify a ...
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A way for saving running state of a program

I have a program that will perform a lengthy calculation which may take several days to be completed. Is there a way to save the program's running state; so I will be able to turn off the computer ...
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What is the structure of Libvirt Qemu VM dump/save files?

I need to do some exploration of Qemu-KVM virtual machines physical memory (particularly I need to check the fact of the physical memory intersection). In order to do that I'm trying to save VM's ...
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How to dump memory image from linux system?

I know to dump memory images in Window. (eg-dumpit) But I don't know how to dump memory images in Linux. I wanna get memory images in Linux and from linux to linux with ssh connection or something. ...
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Why doesn't `restore` display my UTF-8 encoded filenames correctly in interactive mode?

When using the interactive mode of the restore utility to restore backups made with dump UTF-8-encoded filenames doesn't display correctly, see example below. The ??s should be ös ... $ sudo restore -...
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Are there any ways or tools to dump the memory cache and buffer?

As the title, I want to check out what files are loaded in buffer. Just so it's clear, the buffers & cache I'm referring to are what show up when you run the free -m command: $ free -m ...
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Compare a filesystem to a dump

Is there a way to compare the current state of the filesystem to that stored in a backup created by dump? I recently had some major corruption in the filesystem and my most recent backup is from ...
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What are the relative merits of the various standard Unix archival utilities? [closed]

There are many archival tools for Unix, with varying degrees of availability. To make matters more confusing, many of them can write each other's formats. I am seeking more information on their ...
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Chaining mysqldumps commands to output a single gzipped file

Let's say I have these series of commands mysqldump --opt --databases $dbname1 --host=$dbhost1 --user=$dbuser1 --password=$dbpass1 mysqldump --opt --databases $dbname2 --host=$dbhost1 --user=$dbuser1 ...
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tshark dump only when string is matched

I'm working on a web capture script where I only want to dump the traffic if the HTML body or URL contains a string defined in a .txt file. Here is my tshark command which dumps src ip dest url (HTTP ...
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Moving /boot and MBR to a new drive

I have a CentOS 6 server with two hard drives in it. My old 3TB drive has been giving me some issues so I'm moving things over to a new drive. Because my / and /home partition are managed by a LVM ...
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Extract UNIX dump file in Windows 7

I have a dump-file of the UFS partition created with FreeBSD's dump. How to view its content and extract some files from it on Windows 7? Cygwin's restore provides very limited functionality and ...
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dump freezes system

dump -h 0 -0Lauf /backup/ada0p2.dump / - causes total system freeze. server# cat /etc/fstab # Device Mountpoint FStype Options Dump Pass# /dev/ada0p2 / ufs rw ...
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What is Unix for the OpenVMS DUMP command?

In OpenVMS the DUMP command: Displays the contents of a file, a directory, a disk volume, a magnetic tape volume, or a CD-ROM volume in decimal, hexadecimal, octal format, ASCII, or formatted ...
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od emulation for directories

I was wondering why od(1) used to work in UNIX but doesn't work in GNU/Linux. There is a nice answer on serverfault. The next question is, are you aware of any tools that can emulate od behavior to ...