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partimage: back up and restore disk partitions

partimage - back up and restore disk partitions
partimage [ -bcdehimMnoSvwy ] [-B 'pattern response string'] [-z compresslevel] [-V volumesize] [-f actionatend] [-s server] [-p port] [-a mountoptions] [-U username] [-P password] [-g loglevel] [ save device image_file ] partimage [ -bcdehimMnoSvwy ] [-B 'pattern response string'] [-z compresslevel] [-V volumesize] [-f actionatend] [-s server] [-p port] [-a mountoptions] [-U username] [-P password] [-g loglevel] [ restore device image_file/'stdin' ] partimage [ restmbr image_file ] partimage [ imginfo image_file ]


partimage backs up disk partitions into image files and restores them.


-z val, --compress val Set image file compression level: val=0: don't compress: very fast but very big image file val=1: compress using gzip: fast and small image file (default) val=2: compress using bzip2: very slow and very small image file -c, --nocheck Don't check the partition before saving. -o, --overwrite Overwrite the existing image file without confirmation. -d, --nodesc Don't ask any description for the image file. -V vol, --volume vol Split image into multiple volumes files. vol will be the size in KB of volumes. -w, --waitvol Wait for a confirmation after each volume change. -e, --erase Erase empty blocks on restore with zero bytes. -m, --allowmnt Don't fail if the partition is mounted. Dangerous! -M, --nombr Don't create a backup of the MBR (Mast Boot Record) in the image file. -h, --help Show help. -v, --version Show version. -f action, --finish action Action to do if finished successfully: action=0: wait (do nothing) action=1: halt (power off the computer) action=2: reboot (restart the computer) action=3: quit -b, --batch batch mode: the GUI won't wait for an user action. -B 'pattern response string', --fully-batch 'pattern response string' full batch mode: the GUI is not being displayed. Rather status messages are displayed as normal text. The pattern response string has the following format: '<glob-pattern>=<response-value>;...' where the glob pattern is matched against the string <window- title>/<message-text> of the message dialogue box to be displayed. For dialog boxes with buttons in the window, the <response> must be the exact button text. The pattern response string usually needs to be quoted as above. -y, --nosync Don't synchronize the disks at the end of the operation. Dangerous! -s addr, --server addr Give partimaged server's ip address. -p port, --port port Give partimaged server's listening port. -g debuglevel, --debug debuglevel Set the debug level to debuglevel (defaults to 1). -n, --nossl Disable SSL in network mode. -S, --simulate Simulation of restoration mode. -a str, --automnt str Automatic mount with X options. Read the doc for more details. -U name, --username=name Username to authenticate to partimage server. -P pass, --password=pass Password for authentication of user to partimage server.


partimage -z1 -o -d save /dev/hda12 /mnt/backup/redhat-6.2.partimg.gz partimage -z1 -om save /dev/hda9 /mnt/backup/win95-osr2.partimg.gz partimage restore /dev/hda13 /mnt/backup/suse-6.4.partimg cat debian.partimg.000 debian.partimg.001 | partimage restore /dev/hda1 stdin partimage restmbr /mnt/backup/debian-potato-2.2.partimg.bz2 partimage imginfo /mnt/backup/debian-potato-2.2.partimg.bz2


You can read options set at compile time running 'partimage -i'. When using batchmode, exit status is normaly 0.
Supported file systems: Ext2/3, Reiser3, FAT16/32, HPFS, JFS, XFS, UFS(beta), HFS(beta), NTFS(experimental) FAT12 will never be supported.


Refer to BUGS file to read them.


Franck Ladurelle <ladurelf@partimage.org> Francois Dupoux <fdupoux@partimage.org> PARTIMAGE(1)

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