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Please check this: https://linuxhint.com/inotofy-rsync-bash-live-backups/ https://www.b247.eu.org/2019/09/restic-incron-inotify-continuous-backup-folder-change.html and this topic: https://serverfault.com/questions/7969/is-there-a-working-linux-backup-solution-that-uses-inotify Or you can run rsync using cron.


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simply the other way round unlz4 < Lenovo-Win8-sda.dd.lz4 | dd bs=100M of=/dev/sda please note that I drop pv command (is that pipe view ?) if /dev/sda is hosting your running OS, you may not have a coherent backup. (as your file is named win8 I guess it might be OK) restoring windows might need to set up boot device as well


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I've actually solved it on my own. You never know what you can do till you try :-) It must be safe to run even when all the filesystems are mounted read-write. #! /bin/bash dsk_src=/dev/sdc4 # source disk with original timestamps mnt_src=/mnt/sdc4 # source disk mounted at this path dsk_dst=/dev/sda4 # destination disk directory=user/.thunderbird # the ...


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