As anyone achieved kvm live backup of disk on a running virtual machines on Ubuntu 12.10?
Something like this on fedora
I tried but i get this error on the first step (getting a snapshot)
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Is there a way to take a 'snapshot' of sorts and have my backup server mirror my live server, as a sort of testing environment? I know I've seen a lot of answers saying to use rsync. I'm not sure if that would work with what I have in mind.
My live server is currently on Ubuntu 10.04 and my backup server is currently on Ubuntu 12.04.
Hi, so I installed Win 7 on one of my machines to try it out. I was preparing to move some movies and music off my external backup when I realized it's formatted in ext 4 because all my other PCs are running Ubuntu.
I had asked the other day if anyone had used relinux with Fedora, and after some research I realize I may have asked the wrong question (since I've discovered that 0.3 HAS a backup option, but it appears to be on the "Will be deprecated" list).
What I want to do is create a full backup in the form of an ISO file from each of my client's (Fedora15/16) laptops, including ALL
I started to use Debian Live about three months ago. I can't get snapshot to work correctly. Each time the system boots or shutdown, the system over-writes the persistent file. I'm currently have to use the live-snapshot command to make a snapshot. Make a copy of the file for a backup. Then I have to boot my system and make a copy of the backup and rename the file the correctly.
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