Changeset 2870


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Timestamp:
Sep 20, 2011, 2:52:25 AM (7 years ago)
Author:
bruno
Message:
  • Fix some markup in man pages
  • adds the post-nuke script sample for Debian (Guillaume Pernot/Andrée? Leidenfrost)
Location:
branches/2.2.9
Files:
1 added
4 edited

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  • branches/2.2.9/mondo-doc/mindi.8

    r2294 r2870  
    2727.B mindi
    2828.br
    29 .BR "mindi -v"| " --version"| " -V"| " -version"
     29.BR "mindi \-v"| " --version"| " \-V"| " -version"
    3030.br
    3131.BI "mindi --findkernel"
     
    6464.SH OPTIONS
    6565.TP
    66 .BI "-v"| " --version"| " -V"| " -version"
     66.BI "\-v"| " --version"| " \-V"| " -version"
    6767.RI Prints the version of mindi.
    6868.TP
  • branches/2.2.9/mondo-doc/mondoarchive.8

    r2843 r2870  
    114114Use ISO files (CD images) as backup media. This is good for backing up your
    115115system to a spare hard drive. The
    116 .B -n
     116.B \-n
    117117switch is a wiser choice if you plan to restore from a remote filesystem.
    118118
     
    173173
    174174.TP
    175 .BI "-I " "\*(lqpath|...\*(rq"
     175.BI "\-I " "\*(lqpath|...\*(rq"
    176176Include paths(s) in backup. The paths should be separated with a pipe and surrounded by quotes.
    177177This option is mainly used to perform tests
     
    186186.BR \-E
    187187option, the \-E content should be subdirectories of those mentioned in
    188 the \-I only, as -I takes precedence.
    189 
    190 .TP
    191 .BI "-J " "file"
     188the \-I only, as \-I takes precedence.
     189
     190.TP
     191.BI "\-J " "file"
    192192Specify an explicit list of files and directories to include in a plain text file, one item
    193193(file or directory) per line. Beware that directories placed in that file are not managed recursively contrary to what is done with the \-I option.
    194194
    195195.TP
    196 .BI "-N"
     196.BI "\-N"
    197197Exclude all mounted network filesystems. This currently means NFS, SMB, Coda, MVFS, AFS
    198198OCFS and Netware. In other words, only backup the local hard disk(s).
    199199
    200200.TP
    201 .BI "-d " "dev|dir"
     201.BI "\-d " "dev|dir"
    202202Specify the backup device (CD/tape/USB) or directory (NFS/ISO). For CD-R[W] drives,
    203203this is the SCSI node where the drive may be found, e.g. '0,1,0'. For tape
     
    209209
    210210.TP
    211 .BI "-g "
     211.BI "\-g "
    212212GUI mode. Without this switch, the screen output of mondoarchive is suitable
    213213for processing by an 'expect' wrapper, enabling the user to backup nightly via
     
    216216
    217217.TP
    218 .BI "-k " "path"
     218.BI "\-k " "path"
    219219Path of user's kernel. If you are a Debian (<3.0) or Gentoo (<1.4) user then specify
    220220.B \-k FAILSAFE
     
    222222
    223223.TP
    224 .BI "-m "
     224.BI "\-m "
    225225Manual (not self-retracting) CD trays are often found on laptops. If you are
    226226a laptop user, your CD burner has BurnProof technology or you experience
     
    228228
    229229.TP
    230 .BI "-o "
     230.BI "\-o "
    231231Use OBDR (One Button Disaster Recovery) type of tapes.
    232232By default, tapes are not bootable. With this flag, tape will be made bootable
     
    234234
    235235.TP
    236 .BI "-s " "size"
     236.BI "\-s " "size"
    237237How much can each of your backup media hold? You may use 'm' and 'g' on the end
    238238of the number, e.g. '700m' for an extra-large CD-R. You no longer need to
     
    240240
    241241.TP
    242 .BI "-x " "'dev ...'"
     242.BI "\-x " "'dev ...'"
    243243Specify non-Linux partitions which you want to backup, e.g. NTFS or BeOS.
    244244
     
    246246.SH MINOR OPTIONS
    247247.TP 13
    248 .BI "-[0-9] "
     248.BI "\-[0-9] "
    249249Specify the compression level. Default is 3. No compression is 0.
    250250
    251251.TP
    252 .BI "-A " "command"
     252.BI "\-A " "command"
    253253This command will be called after each CD/NFS/ISO file is written. It is useful
    254254if you want to do something with an ISO after creating it, e.g. write it to a
    255255CD burner using a non-standard command.
    256 .B -A
     256.B \-A
    257257understands two tokens \- _ISO_ and _CD#_ - which will be translated into the
    258258ISO's filename and its index number (1, 2, ...) respectively. So, you could use
     
    267267
    268268.TP
    269 .BI "-H "
     269.BI "\-H "
    270270When you boot from the tape/CD, your hard drive will be wiped and the archives
    271271will be restored. Your decision to boot from the tape/CD will be taken as
     
    274274
    275275.TP
    276 .BI "-L "
     276.BI "\-L "
    277277Use lzo, a fast compression engine, instead of bzip2. You may find lzo on
    278278Mondo's website or via FreshMeat. WARNING! Some versions of LZO are unstable.
    279279
    280280.TP
    281 .BI "-G "
     281.BI "\-G "
    282282Use gzip, the standard and quicker Linux compression engine, instead of bzip2.
    283283
    284284.TP
    285 .BI "-R "
     285.BI "\-R "
    286286EXPERIMENTAL. Do not use in mission-critical environments. Star is an
    287287alternative to afio. Mondo now supports POSIX ACLs and extended
     
    289289
    290290.TP
    291 .BI "-P " "tarball"
     291.BI "\-P " "tarball"
    292292Post-nuke tarball. If you boot into Nuke Mode and everything is restored
    293293successfully then the
     
    300300
    301301.TP
    302 .BI "-S " "path"
     302.BI "\-S " "path"
    303303Specify the full pathname of the scratchdir, the directory where ISO
    304304images are built before being archived. If you have plenty of RAM and
     
    306306
    307307.TP
    308 .BI "-T " "path"
     308.BI "\-T " "path"
    309309Specify the full pathname of the tempdir, the directory where temporary
    310310files (other than ISO images being assembled) are stored. See
     
    312312
    313313.TP
    314 .BI "-W "
     314.BI "\-W "
    315315Don't make your backup self-booting. This is a really bad idea, IMO. Don't do
    316316this unless you have really great boot disks in your hand and you are an anally
     
    319319
    320320.TP
    321 .BI "-b "
     321.BI "\-b "
    322322Specify the internal block size used by the tape drive. This is usually 32K but
    323323some drives just don't like that. They should but they don't. That's what
     
    326326
    327327.TP
    328 .BI "-e "
     328.BI "\-e "
    329329Don't eject the CD or tape when backing up...
    330330
    331331.TP
    332 .BI "-f " "device"
     332.BI "\-f " "device"
    333333Specify the drive on which your Master Boot Record lives. Usually, this is
    334334discovered automatically. A good use case may be when you have software RAID.
    335335
    336336.TP
    337 .BI "-l " "GRUB|LILO|ELILO|RAW"
     337.BI "\-l " "GRUB|LILO|ELILO|RAW"
    338338Specify the boot loader. By default, your Master Boot Record is examined and
    339339the boot loader can usually be discovered. If you specify RAW then the MBR will
     
    343343
    344344.TP
    345 .BI "-Q "
     345.BI "\-Q "
    346346Give more detailed information about the boot loader.
    347347
    348348.TP
    349 .BI "-K " "loglevel"
     349.BI "\-K " "loglevel"
    350350Specify the loglevel. Use 99 for full debug. Standard debug level is 4.
    351351
    352352.TP
    353 .BI "-v "
     353.BI "\-v "
    354354Gives mondoarchive version.
    355355
    356356.TP
    357 .BI "-z "
     357.BI "\-z "
    358358Use extended attributes and acl for each file and store them in the
    359359backup media. Use this option if you use SElinux e.g. but it will slow
  • branches/2.2.9/mondo-doc/mondorestore.8

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    4141
    4242.TP
    43 .BI "-p " prefix
     43.BI "\-p " prefix
    4444Use
    4545.B prefix
     
    5252
    5353.TP
    54 .BI "-i "
     54.BI "\-i "
    5555Use ISO files (CD images) as restore media. This is good when having backed up your
    5656system to a spare hard drive. The
     
    5959
    6060.TP
    61 .BI "-n " mount
     61.BI "\-n " mount
    6262Use files residing on NFS partition as restore media.
    6363.I mount
     
    6666
    6767.TP
    68 .BI "-t "
     68.BI "\-t "
    6969Use tape streamer as restore device and its tapes as restore media.
    7070
    7171.TP
    72 .BI "-U "
     72.BI "\-U "
    7373Use a generic USB device as restore device. Use this if you want to read
    7474your backup from a USB key or USB disk.
     
    7979
    8080.TP
    81 .BI "-u "
     81.BI "\-u "
    8282Use a generic streaming device as restore device. Use this if you want to read
    8383your backup from a device that is not directly support by mondoarchive. This will
     
    8686
    8787.TP
    88 .BI "-E " "\*(lqpath ...\*(rq"
     88.BI "\-E " "\*(lqpath ...\*(rq"
    8989Exclude path(s) from restore (future dev). The paths should be separated with a pipe.
    9090For example, if you are restoring up
     
    9292
    9393.TP
    94 .BI "-I " "\*(lqpath ...\*(rq"
     94.BI "\-I " "\*(lqpath ...\*(rq"
    9595Include paths(s) to restore (future dev).
    9696
    9797.TP
    98 .BI "-J " "file"
     98.BI "\-J " "file"
    9999Specify an explicit list of files and directories to restore in a plain
    100100text file, one item (file or directory) per line. Beware that
     
    103103
    104104.TP
    105 .BI "-d " "dev|dir"
     105.BI "\-d " "dev|dir"
    106106Specify the restore device (CD/tape/USB) or directory (NFS/ISO). For CD-R[W] drives,
    107107this is the SCSI node where the drive may be found, e.g. '0,1,0'. For tape
     
    113113
    114114.TP
    115 .BI "-g "
     115.BI "\-g "
    116116GUI mode. Without this switch, the screen output of mondorestore is text based.
    117117
    118118.TP
    119 .BI "-m "
     119.BI "\-m "
    120120Manual (not self-retracting) CD trays are often found on laptops. If you are
    121121a laptop user, your CD burner has BurnProof technology or you experience
     
    123123
    124124.TP
    125 .BI "-o "
     125.BI "\-o "
    126126Use OBDR (One Button Disaster Recovery) type of tapes.
    127127By default, tapes are not bootable. With this flag, tape will be read as bootable tapes
     
    129129
    130130.TP
    131 .BI "-x " "'dev ...'"
     131.BI "\-x " "'dev ...'"
    132132Specify non-Linux partitions which you want to restore (future dev).
    133133
    134134.TP
    135 .BI "-T " "path"
     135.BI "\-T " "path"
    136136Specify the full pathname of the tempdir, the directory where temporary files
    137137are stored.
    138138
    139139.TP
    140 .BI "-b "
     140.BI "\-b "
    141141Specify the internal block size used by the tape drive. This is usually 32K but
    142142some drives just don't like that. They should but they don't. That's what
     
    145145
    146146.TP
    147 .BI "-e "
     147.BI "\-e "
    148148Don't eject the CD or tape when restoring...
    149149
    150150.TP
    151 .BI "-f " "device"
     151.BI "\-f " "device"
    152152Specify the drive on which your Master Boot Record lives. Usually, this is
    153153discovered automatically. (future dev)
    154154
    155155.TP
    156 .BI "-Q "
     156.BI "\-Q "
    157157Give more detailed information about the boot loader.
    158158
    159159.TP
    160 .BI "-K " "loglevel"
     160.BI "\-K " "loglevel"
    161161Specify the loglevel. Use 99 for full debug. Standard debug level is 4.
    162162
    163163.TP
    164 .BI "-z "
     164.BI "\-z "
    165165Use extended attributes and acl for each file and store them in the
    166166backup media. Use this option if you use SElinux e.g. but it will slow
     
    168168
    169169.TP
    170 .BI "-Z "
     170.BI "\-Z "
    171171Specify mondorestore mode. Mode could be one of
    172172.IR nuke:
  • branches/2.2.9/mondo/src/post-nuke.sample/usr/bin/Makefile.am

    r424 r2870  
    11postnukeusrbindir      = $(pkgdatadir)/post-nuke.sample/usr/bin
    2 postnukeusrbin_SCRIPTS = post-nuke
     2postnukeusrbin_SCRIPTS = post-nuke post-nuke.debian
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