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29       Chapter 9. Restore</TD>
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39   <A NAME="RESTORETIPS"></A>9.2. Restore-Related Tips</H1>
40  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
41   Ideally, restore your system to a spare hard drive to test the
42   integrity and reliability of your disks. To do that, either edit your
43   mountlist to make the devices point to your spare hard drive, or swap
44   your hard drive cables between boots.</P>
45  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
46   At a bare minimum, compare your CD against your file system before
47   you decide whether to trust them.</P>
48  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
49   To test Mondo's ability to handle your LILO or GRUB boot loader and
50   accompanying configuration file:</P>
51  <UL>
52   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
53   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
54    Boot from the backup CD into Expert Mode</P>
55   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
56   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
57    Type:</P>
58   </UL>
59  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
60  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
61   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
62    <TR>
63     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
64        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
65        COLOR="BLACK">bash# mondorestore --mbr</FONT></TD></TR>
66   </TABLE></P>
67  </DIV>
68  <UL>
69   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
70   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
71    To fix any mess it made (not that it should) type:</P>
72   </UL>
73  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
74  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
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77     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
78        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
79        COLOR="BLACK">bash# mount-me</FONT><BR><FONT
80        COLOR="BLACK">bash# chroot /mnt/RESTORING</FONT><BR><FONT
81        COLOR="BLACK">bash# lilo <B>OR </B>grub-install '(hd0)'</FONT><BR><FONT
82        COLOR="BLACK">bash# exit</FONT><BR><FONT
83        COLOR="BLACK">bash# unmount-me</FONT></TD></TR>
84   </TABLE></P>
85  </DIV>
86  <UL>
87   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
88   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
89    If it did not work then please copy /tmp/mondo-restore.log to a
90    floppy (or to your hard disk), gzip it and e-mail it to the mailing list.</P>
91   </UL>
92  <H2 CLASS="SECTION" ALIGN=LEFT>
93   <A NAME="AEN390"></A>9.2.1. Barebones (Nuke) Restore</H2>
94  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
95   Imagine that your hard drives happen to be wiped, deliberately or
96   accidentally. Or, imagine that you want to clone your existing
97   operating system. In either case, you want to run in Nuke Mode.</P>
98  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
99   If you want to wipe everything and restore your whole system from CD, please:</P>
100  <UL>
101   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
102   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
103    Boot from the first Mondo CD</P>
104   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
105   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
106    Press &lt;enter&gt;</P>
107   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
108   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
109    Insert the subsequent CD when asked</P>
110   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
111   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
112    Watch the screen for errors</P>
113   </UL>
114  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
115   That's it. The restoration process for tape or NFS users is similarly
116   easy: just boot, answer the on-screen prompts, and wait.</P>
117  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
118   Now, should something go wrong, you will be able to examine
119   /tmp/mondo-restore.log to see what happened. All is not lost. You can
120   fdisk and format the partitions yourself, using the tools that come
121   with the CD. You can then run mondorestore in Interactive Mode and
122   say 'no' when asked if you want Mondo to partition/format your drives.</P>
123  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
124   If you want to see exactly what Mondo is doing while it is restoring,
125   press &lt;Alt&gt;&lt;left cursor&gt; to view its logfile, in a
126   virtual console, scrolling past.</P>
127  <H2 CLASS="SECTION" ALIGN=LEFT>
128   <A NAME="AEN406"></A>9.2.2. Interactive Restore</H2>
129  <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
130   Interactive Mode is for people who have lost a subset of data from
131   their live file system, or perhaps who have lost some data from their
132   latest backup and want to restore a subset of data from an earlier
133   backup. If you want to restore only some files or if you do not want
134   to prep/format your drives, then you should boot into Interactive
135   Mode. The interactive mode will provide an 'Editing mountlist screen'
136   that allows you to setup a different disk geometry.</P>
137  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
138   To move up and down between partitions in the 'Editing mountlist
139   screen', use the Up and Down arrows. To move between the main window
140   and the buttons at the bottom, use the Left and Right cursor keys.
141   TAB shifts focus from one screen item to the other in a haphazard
142   fashion, owing to the complexities of the Newt library.</P>
143  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
144   If you want to restore selectively, just press &lt;enter&gt; and
145   follow the on-screen instructions. You will be asked to say yes/no to
146   a range of questions.</P>
147  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
148   If you are planning to modify your partition table, you would do well
149   to read up on the partition layout and the use of fdisk, it gives you
150   some could pointers on how to best lay out partitions. You can find
151   good guide her. <A HREF="http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/mini/Partition/index.html" TARGET="_top">http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/mini/Partition/index.html</A></P>
152  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
153   If you want to restore a subset of the backup then:</P>
154  <UL>
155   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
156   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
157    Boot from the CD</P>
158   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
159   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
160    Type:</P>
161   </UL>
162  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
163  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
164   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
165    <TR>
166     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
167        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
168        COLOR="BLACK">bash# interactive </FONT></TD></TR>
169   </TABLE></P>
170  </DIV>
171  <UL>
172   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
173   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
174    Then, after booting, answer the questions as follows:</P>
175   </UL>
176  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
177  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
178   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
179    <TR>
180     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
181        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
182        COLOR="BLACK">Do you want to partition your devices? no</FONT><BR><FONT
183        COLOR="BLACK">Do you want to format them? no</FONT><BR><FONT
184        COLOR="BLACK">Do you want to restore everything? no</FONT><BR><FONT
185        COLOR="BLACK">Do you want to restore something? yes</FONT><BR><FONT
186        COLOR="BLACK">Which path do you want to restore? /home/hugo [e.g.]</FONT><BR><FONT
187        COLOR="BLACK">Do you want to run LILO to setup your boot sectors? Yes </FONT></TD></TR>
188   </TABLE></P>
189  </DIV>
190  <H2 CLASS="SECTION" ALIGN=LEFT>
191   <A NAME="AEN424"></A>9.2.3. Expert Restore</H2>
192  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
193   If you are planning to modify your partition table, you would do well
194   to read up on the partition layout and the use of fdisk, it gives you
195   some could pointers on how to best lay out partitions. You can find
196   good guide her. <A HREF="http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/mini/Partition/index.html" TARGET="_top">http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/mini/Partition/index.html</A></P>
197  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
198   To restore manually, please:</P>
199  <UL>
200   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
201   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
202    Boot from the first CD, then type:</P>
203   </UL>
204  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
205  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
206   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
207    <TR>
208     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
209        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
210        COLOR="BLACK">bash# expert </FONT></TD></TR>
211   </TABLE></P>
212  </DIV>
213  <UL>
214   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
215   <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
216    Then do whatever you like. :) You may type the following, of course:</P>
217   </UL>
218  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
219  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
220   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
221    <TR>
222     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
223        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
224        COLOR="BLACK">bash# mondorestore</FONT></TD></TR>
225   </TABLE></P>
226  </DIV>
227  <H2 CLASS="SECTION" ALIGN=LEFT>
228   <A NAME="AEN441"></A>9.2.4. Modified partitions - Restore to a
229   different disk geometry</H2>
230  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
231   One of the nice things about Mondo is that it lets you wipe your
232   existing system and restore it in any layout you like (within
233   reason). You can move from non-RAID to RAID,install and utilize
234   additional drives, move from ext2 to ReiserFS, etc., all without
235   risking the loss of data.</P>
236  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
237   If the user excluded a particular partition from backup and
238   specifically excluded it from the mountlist itself using -E then
239   Mondo will insert a small (32MB) partition at restore-time, in order
240   to avoid having to re-jig fstab, the partition table, etc.</P>
241  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
242   To do this:</P>
243  <UL>
244   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
245   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
246    Boot into Expert Mode, then type:</P>
247   </UL>
248  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
249  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
250   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
251    <TR>
252     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
253        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
254        COLOR="BLACK">bash# mondorestore</FONT></TD></TR>
255   </TABLE></P>
256  </DIV>
257  <UL>
258   <LI CLASS="mvd-P">
259   <P ALIGN=LEFT>
260    (edit the mountlist using the on-screen editor)</P>
261   </UL>
262  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
263   If you want to move from ext2 to ReiserFS, you can do it here (so
264   long as your kernel supports ReiserFS). Ditto for XFS, JFS or ext3.</P>
265  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
266   Mondorestore will try to modify your /etc/fstab to reflect changes
267   you have made to the mountlist. If you are not using LILO, you can
268   still create your own /mnt/RESTORING/etc/lilo.conf and run lilo -r
269   /mnt/RESTORING to configure your boot sectors and Master Boot Record.</P>
270  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
271   Mondo (technically, Mindi on behalf of Mondo) creates a file called a
272   mountlist. This can be found on the ramdisk at /tmp/mountlist.txt; it
273   looks something like this:</P>
274  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
275  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
276   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
277    <TR>
278     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
279        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
280        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda1/mnt/windows vfat 4096000</FONT><BR><FONT
281        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda5 / reiserfs 6023000&gt;</FONT><BR><FONT
282        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda6 /tmp xfs 955000</FONT><BR><FONT
283        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda7 /usr xfs 4096000 </FONT></TD></TR>
284   </TABLE></P>
285  </DIV>
286  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
287   It is fairly easy to understand the list. Each line refers to a
288   single device/partition. The line format is:</P>
289  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
290  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
291   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
292    <TR>
293     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
294        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
295        COLOR="BLACK">&lt;device&gt; &lt;partition&gt; &lt;format&gt; &lt;Kilobytes&gt; </FONT></TD></TR>
296   </TABLE></P>
297  </DIV>
298  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
299   If you have added a hard drive and want to take advantage of the
300   additional space, you could amend the above mountlist to read:</P>
301  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
302  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
303   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
304    <TR>
305     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
306        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
307        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda1/mnt/windows vfat 6096000</FONT><BR><FONT
308        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda5 / reiserfs 9123000</FONT><BR><FONT
309        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda6 /tmp xfs 955000</FONT><BR><FONT
310        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hdb1 /usr xfs 8192000</FONT><BR><FONT
311        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hdb2 /home xfs 8192000 </FONT></TD></TR>
312   </TABLE></P>
313  </DIV>
314  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
315   This assumes that your old hard drive is /dev/hda and the new hard
316   drive is /dev/hdb.</P>
317  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
318   Or, if you want to add RAID support, create a new /etc/raidtab on the
319   ramdisk (which is beyond the scope of this HOWTO) and then write a
320   mountlist like this:</P>
321  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
322  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
323   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
324    <TR>
325     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
326        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
327        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/hda1 /mnt/windows vfat 6096000</FONT><BR><FONT
328        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/md0 / reiserfs 9123000</FONT><BR><FONT
329        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/md1 /tmp xfs 955000</FONT><BR><FONT
330        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/md2 xfs 8192000</FONT><BR><FONT
331        COLOR="BLACK">/dev/md3 /home xfs 8192000 </FONT></TD></TR>
332   </TABLE></P>
333  </DIV>
334  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
335   So long as your /etc/raidtab file is sane, Mondo can automatically
336   partition and format your disks for you, including the RAID devices.</P>
337  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
338   Once you have finished editing /tmp/mountlist.txt using
339   mondorestore's built-in editor then you may choose 'OK'. Please note
340   that this will not write anything to your hard disk. You will only
341   reformat or repartition your disks if you say 'Yes' when <I>asked </I>if
342    you want to do those things.</P>
343  <H2 CLASS="SECTION" ALIGN=LEFT>
344   <A NAME="AEN471"></A>9.2.5. Advanced</H2>
345  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
346   It is now possible to restore to a live filesystem using Mondo. In
347   other words, you do not have to boot your PC from your CD/floppy in
348   order to restore files. Mondo was originally designed for disaster
349   recovery - situations in which you cannot boot your PC. If you can
350   boot your PC, it is not really a disaster, is it? :) Well, if you
351   have wiped out your priceless collection of &quot;MTV's Bjork
352   Unplugged&quot; MP3's, perhaps it is. Anyway, just type this as root</P>
353  <DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
354  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
355   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="1" CELLSPACING="2" BORDER="0">
356    <TR>
357     <TD BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0" VALIGN=CENTER><PRE
358        CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"><FONT
359        COLOR="BLACK">bash# mondorestore</FONT></TD></TR>
360   </TABLE></P>
361  </DIV><DIV ALIGN=LEFT>
362  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
363   <TABLE WIDTH="100%" CELLPADDING="2" CELLSPACING="0" BORDER="0">
364    <TR>
365     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
366      <P>
367       <A HREF="images/rest1.png"><IMG SRC="images/rest1-mini.png" WIDTH="160" HEIGHT="96" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
368     <TD WIDTH="81%" VALIGN=TOP>
369      <P>
370       Choose your type of backup media. The live restoration process is
371       very similar to what you'll experience if you type<FONT FACE="Courier New"><FONT SIZE="2"> 
372       mondorestore </FONT></FONT>with no parameters after booting from a
373       Mondo CD/floppy.</TD>
374    </TR>
375    <TR>
376     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
377      <P>
378       <A HREF="images/rest2.png"><IMG SRC="images/rest2-mini.png" WIDTH="160" HEIGHT="96" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
379     <TD WIDTH="81%" VALIGN=TOP>
380      <P>
381       Hit 'OK' when you have inserted the tape/CD. If you generated a tape
382       backup, the tape itself should be enough. If you generated a CD
383       backup, the first CD should be enough. Otherwise, you may need the
384       boot floppy.</TD>
385    </TR>
386    <TR>
387     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
388      <P>
389       <A HREF="images/rest3.png"><IMG SRC="images/rest3-mini.png" WIDTH="160" HEIGHT="96" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
390     <TD WIDTH="81%" VALIGN=TOP>
391      <P>
392       Flag the files and directories you wish to restore. Use the 'More'
393       and 'Less' buttons to open and close subdirectories.</TD>
394    </TR>
395    <TR>
396     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
397      <P>
398       <A HREF="images/rest4.png"><IMG SRC="images/rest4-mini.png" WIDTH="160" HEIGHT="96" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
399     <TD WIDTH="81%" VALIGN=TOP>
400      <P>
401       Specify the location to restore the files to. In general, '/' is
402       appropriate. If you do not want to overwrite newer versions of the
403       files you are restoring then specify<FONT FACE="Courier New"><FONT SIZE="2"> 
404       /tmp/BKP </FONT></FONT>or similar as the restore path.</TD>
405    </TR>
406    <TR>
407     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
408      <P>
409       <A HREF="images/rest5.png"><IMG SRC="images/rest5-mini.png" WIDTH="160" HEIGHT="96" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
410     <TD WIDTH="81%" VALIGN=TOP>
411      <P>
412       Mondorestore will retrieve configuration information from the media.
413       (The sample screen is for tape users. CD users will see something different.)</TD>
414    </TR>
415    <TR>
416     <TD WIDTH="19%" VALIGN=TOP>
417      <P>
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420      <P>
421       Data will be restored to the hard disk - first the regular files,
422       then any big (32MB or greater) files in the restore set.</TD>
423    </TR>
424   </TABLE></P>
425  </DIV>
426  <P ALIGN=LEFT>
427   I hope this manual is proving to be useful to you.</P>
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