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How can I capture a consistent snapshot of a directory and all its children?

We have an application that periodically backs itself up to a directory on the local file system. Inside this directory are several more files and directories. I want to produce a "snapshot" of all ...
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Having trouble with LVM snapshot

I have a funtoo linux machine which I am trying to add ubuntu to (thats a whole other issue). It is encrypted with luks and has lvm on top of that. I have a 2 TB harddrive (sdb) which I would like ...
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Snapper to only take snapshots if something has changed, or at a lower cadence

I'm using snapper for automatic timeline snapshots of my filesystem. The issue I have is that it continues to take hourly snapshots even when nothing on the filesystem has changed, which causes the ...
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Compiling and running Snapper for Ubuntu

I am trying to get snapper working in my Mint 14. (The version from launchpad is old and not compatible with Ubuntu 12.10. The OpenSuSe's build project failed to build it, too). So I try my luck with ...
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LXC with both GUI apps and snapshots on unmodified Fedora kernel

I am looking for a tool or library to run LXC that supports: running X applications conveniently snapshotting root filesystems (using a Fedora system with an unmodified kernel), so that I don't have ...
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Restore Btrfs snapshot from subdirectory to parent

I have a Btrfs partition which has a single subvolume at the top level (/root). It has subvol=root option in /etc/fstab. Every week, I take a readonly snapshot into /root/snapshots/... using: btrfs ...
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How do I align my new btrfs default subvolume with the real root of my filesystem?

I rolled back my system by using snapper rollback Unfortunately this caused my current default volume to not be at the root of my filesystem anymore. As you can see in this screenshot: The ...
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btrfs - snapshot of a parent subvolume excludes child subvolumes?

Let's say I want to exclude ever-changing logfiles from backups. Parent subvolume / Child subvolume /log I snapshot /. Looking at the snapshot, /.snapshots/today/log will be empty, correct? This is ...
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Creating ISO Bootable Image from a CentOS (Linux) system

I have a Linux machine (CentOS 5.8) on which I have installed multiple applications and tools (with yum and few others after compiling the source code) on it. As I have spent considerable time in ...
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Centos web camera, fast application for snapshot?

I'm using ffmpeg for taking snapshots / still images with web cameras. I'm going to use several web cameras to take photos at the same time or one after the other (timelapse). It's important for me ...
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bad inodes reappear after fsck() for vps guests

I have several vps guests that were created by virt-resize. I do daily backups on the guests by creating a snapshot and rsync file contents. But some of them don't have a clean disk image. As soon as ...
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How to efficiently create (read-only) both a snapshot and a diffshot at the same time?

I use rsync to regularly create snapshots of some directories via PAR="-aP --chmod=a-w --no-owner" # Create diffshot rsync $PAR --compare-dest=$CURRENT_SNAPSHOT $SOURCE/ $DEST.changeset.incomplete ...
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Create Snapshot an store it on a other server

Is it possible to take a complete Snapshot of my (VPS - CENTOS) server? with a script? And that it will stored on a other server? With snapshot i mean everything ( configurations, websites etc ) And ...
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How to resize AWS-EBS of AWS-HVM?

It's possible to resize AWS-EBS of AWS-EC2(PV).But, when comes to AWS-EC2-HVM it is not possible via snapshot method. What is the procedure to resize EBS of HVM? [root@host ~]# df -h Filesystem ...
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how can I backup and restore of partitions and logical volumes?

This is my disk scheme sda1 /boot ext4 sda2 /somefiles ext4 sda3: lvm volgroup1/lvolume1 / ...