Mindi creates emergency boot disks/CDs using your kernel, tools and modules
Mindi takes your kernel, modules, tools and libraries, and puts them on N
bootable disks (or 1 bootable CD image). You may then boot from the disks/CD
and do system maintenance - e.g. format partitions, backup/restore data,
verify packages, etc.
# $Id: README 2622 2010-04-12 02:47:23Z bruno $
README MINDI LINUX / MONDO RESCUE February 7th, 2002
For a really groovy boot disk, use Mindi in combination with Mondo Rescue,
which may be found at <http://www.mondorescue.org>.
This media image contains the tools required to do
basic system maintenance, e.g. formatting, moving files, mounting partitions.
If you used Mo
MondoRescue is the premier GPL disaster recovery suite for Linux/FreeBSD.
This is the Mindi part of MondoRescue. Mindi is responsible for creating boot
media used by MondoRescue. The part of MondoReccue responsible carrying out the
actual backups and restores is called Mondo and available as a separate
MondoRescue is reliable. It backs up your server or workst
README for mondo/mindi usage with tools to backup Hardware configuration
Some Hardware Manufacturers such as HP provide tools to store the Hardware configuration of their systems, such as the BIOS setup, the RAID setup, ...
Mindi has a script able to store the Hardware configuration and those parameters may be restored before launching mondorestore during the boot phase computed by mindi, in ord
At restore time, multiple parameters are available to modify how the restore will act:
README for mondo/mindi usage on ia64
Linux distributions on ia64 uses a different file table format
If you're making a backup with mondoarchive on a Proliant system that you want to be able to r
$Id: README.pxe 2622 2010-04-12 02:47:23Z bruno $
README for mondo/mindi usage with PXE
Browse inside mindi-126.96.36.199-1.el5.rf.i386.rpm