Subject: Re: upgrade and restore
From: Bob (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun May 11 2003 - 17:34:45 AKDT
What is your particular experience with Mondo?
I've tried it with Debian Woody. Everything looked okay until I tried to =
restore then it didn't work.
Looks like a great program so perhaps I did something wrong.
Just tried Partimage and the 'imginfo' recognizes the image okay. Haven't=
, however, done an actual restore.On Sunday 11 May 2003 03:19 pm, you wro=
Bob Pelz email@example.com
> Mondo Rescue is also a good app for this.
> On Fri, 2003-05-09 at 17:02, volz wrote:
> > Hello:
> > I have a system that has been very stable and reliable over the year=
> > hate to mess with a good thing. It is now running rh7.1.I have upgrad=
> > this machine several times with no loss of utility. I believe that th=
> > original install was rh6.0. This system runs a bunch of applications =
> > have their roots in old libs, (old perl, old versions of glibc, all k=
> > of stuff). I have upgraded this machine several times with no loss of
> > utility. I find myself needing to bring the system up to date again. =
> > I am a little worried I may lose some of the applications or break on=
> > our processes in the upgrade. Is there a utility or method to restore=
> > system to its current glory if the upgrade is unsuccessful, short of =
> > hard metal restore?
> > - Karl Volz
> > Alaska Experimental Forecast Facility
> > 2811 Merrill Field Dr.
> > Anchorage AK 99501
> > (907) 264-7427
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
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