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Linux OS Image Backup & Restore Guide (Using PING Tool)



Using PING for backup and Restore Linux OS Images

PING (Ping is not Ghost) is a live Linux ISO, created to take image backups of HDD/partitions, either locally or over the network. It can be burnt on a CD and booted, or integrated into a PXE / RIS environment.


Its a good idea to take an image backup of all the servers. so that, if something goes wrong, we can restore easily.


Look at the Quick HOWTO Guide for Backup and Restore Linux Images using PING Tool


Download PING from here

Hope this Article will help System Admins. Using PING you can take image backup of Linux and Windows Operating Systems.


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3 Comments for "Linux OS Image Backup & Restore Guide (Using PING Tool)"

Good article , review MkCdrec as well for such operations

@Chennuri - I just reviewed MkCdrec and it is good one too.

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