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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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I have a large Clonezilla image of a CentOS server that had a 500GB drive partitioned into boot, OS, and data partitions. I would like to mount the backup image so I can extract some files as I no … longer have suitable hardware or space for a VM to restore it to. In the main directory of the backup, I have the following gzip'd files: # ls -lh *gz* -rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13M Sep 19 11:30 sda1 …
asked Sep 21 '14 by blarg
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As yeti suggested in the comments, I used the find command to find all files and directories within the directory and output their permissions/owners into a chown or chmod command. I added the verbos …
answered May 8 '14 by blarg
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I'm trying to write a shell script to preserve and rewrite all permissions/groups in a large directory with several subdirectories in the event they get changed or are not properly created or if mirro …
asked May 8 '14 by blarg