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Linux and system backups, imaging, TimeShift

by Andy Flagg, Publication Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020
View Count: 161, Keywords: Linux, Backups, TimeShift, Hashtags: #Linux #Backups #TimeShift



I am having a really hard time finding a backup solution that will backup my computer as a full image while running.
 
I am not the only one. As far as snapshots, I'll use TimeShift; and set that to 1 for each of the intervals, except one of them.
 
I want something like Windows 7 classic system image and data backup that exists on Windows Servers as well. We don't have that on Linux servers, do we? I have not thought to look there, just on the client systems. That's like finding robocopy in the NT tools that eventually made it into the mainstream operating system after a decade.
 
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