Programs for backing up and restoring ext2/ext3 filesystems
The dump package contains both dump and restore. Dump examines files
in a filesystem, determines which ones need to be backed up, and
copies those files to a specified disk, tape, or other storage medium.
The restore command performs the inverse function of dump; it can
restore a full backup of a filesystem. Subsequent incremental backups
can then be layered on top of the full backup. Single files and
directory subtrees may also be restored from full or partial backups.
Install dump if you need a system for both backing up filesystems and
restoring filesystems after backups.
$Id: README,v 1.3 1999/10/11 13:31:04 stelian Exp $
This is a test release of dump 0.4.
See the file CHANGES for a list of changes from the previous version.
See the file INSTALL for installation instructions.
If you encounter problems with the dump and restore backup suite,
please contact the maintainers and send them a detailled bug report.
DUMP(8) System management commands DUMP(8)
dump - ext2/3 filesystem backup
dump [-level#] [-ackMnqSuv] [-A file] [-B records] [-b block‐
size] [-d density] [-D file] [-e inode numbers] [-E file] [-f
file] [-F script] [-h level] [-I nr errors] [-jcompression
level] [-L label] [-Q file] [-s feet] [-T date] [-y] [-zc
RESTORE(8) System management commands RESTORE(8)
restore - restore files or file systems from backups made
restore -C [-cdHklMvVy] [-b blocksize] [-D filesystem] [-f
file] [-F script] [-L limit] [-s fileno] [-T directory]
restore -i [-acdhHklmMNouvVy] [-A file] [-b blocksize] [-f
file] [-F script]
$Id: CHANGES,v 1.282 2006/01/02 15:24:22 stelian Exp $
Changes between versions 0.4b40 and 0.4b41 (
$Id: TODO,v 1.25 2005/05/02 15:10:44 stelian Exp $
Need to verify:
1. Verify that
$Id: THANKS,v 1.89 2004/12/14 14:07:56 stelian Exp $
Dump and restore were written by the people of
* Ported to Linux's Second Extended File System as part of the
* dump and restore backup suit
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