--- trunk/www/backup.html 2010/03/21 20:37:49 33
+++ trunk/www/backup.html 2010/07/16 15:38:22 85
@@ -74,12 +74,12 @@
@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@
In this page I will demonstrate the creation of an image file by getting a backup of a virtual partition (/dev/hdb1). The image file will be saved in another virtual partition (/dev/hda1).
In this page I will demonstrate the creation of an image file by getting a backup of a virtual partition (/dev/sdb1). The image file will be saved in another virtual partition (/dev/sda1).
The first thing you do when you want to get a backup of a disk/partition, is make sure both the souce (to be backed up) and target (to hold the image file) partitions are in excellent condition (error free). This is the logical thing to do, cause I wouldn't want to backup a corrupt partition, or end up with a corrupt image file.
@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@
-The following pressentation has been made using|
Clonezilla Live v 1.2.3-27
+The following pressentation has been made using
Clonezilla Live v 1.2.5-17
@@ -190,14 +190,14 @@
This is where I choose the location of the image file. It will be saved at the root directory of the selected partition.
-I select partition hda1 and press ENTER.
+I select partition sda1 and press ENTER.
and then ENTER again.
This screen displays the mounting result.
-As we can see, /dev/hda1 has been successfully mounted under /tmp/local-dev.
+As we can see, /dev/sda1
has been successfully mounted under /tmp/local-dev
Next Screen [^]
@@ -215,7 +215,7 @@
In this screen I select the image name.
-I type "Backup_5-2010_hdb", which in my opinion is more informative name than the default.
+I type "Backup_22-2010_sdb", which in my opinion is more informative name than the default.
Next Screen [^]
@@ -236,8 +236,13 @@
After that, the backup begins
-and when it's successfully completed, I will be able to reboot the system by pressing 1
+and when it's successfully completed, I press ENTER to get to the shell. Then, I execute the commands:
sudo su -
to reboot the system.