Are you simply asking for an example of how to use tar? If so, assuming that your USB drive is at /mnt/usb, you can use this command: tar cjf /mnt/usb/backup.tar.bz2 --exclude /mnt/usb /.
on 01/19/2013 – Made popular on 01/19/2013
I have an SBS 2008 server that required a bare metal restore. After the restore the backup needed to be reconfigured. For some unknown reason, it, and a few other software configurations did not come back cleanly.
The reconfigure of the backup appeared to work OK but the backups now fail with no backup device detected. The drive shows active in the console and a manual backup works.
Redo Backup and Recovery software is a complete backup and disaster recovery solution for systems. It provides simple and easy to use functions that anyone can use. It supports bare-metal restore, means even if your computer hard drive totally melts or damaged by a virus, you can still able to...
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