Mondo Rescue archives Linux and Linux/Windows systems to tapes, CDs, DVDs, USB devices, or ISO images that may be used to restore some or all of your OS and data in the event of catastrophic data loss, or for cloning a system. The emphasis is on stability and ease of use. Currently, ext2, ext3, ext4, (v)fat, minix, ReiserFS, XFS, and JFS filesystems are supported, as are RAID, DM, Multipath, and LVM.
|Tags||Archiving backup Disaster Recovery cloning|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell C Perl|
Release Notes: This release correctly supports software RAID on RHEL 6, with re-creation of metadata and UUIDs. It fixes restoration issues for Debian and Ubuntu, as well as on RHEL 5 (the tune2fs command wasn’t working for ext4; it required the use of tune4fs). It supports out of tree kernel modules (such as hpsa from the PSP/SPP) and has improved support for latest HP ProLiant Blades. It fixes many small annoyances (like #616), especially thanks to new automated regression tests.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes (an exclude/include dir issue and rounding disk computation) and some new drivers.
Release Notes: Fixes were made for improved support of LVM device exclusion, including fixes for LVM issues in 18.104.22.168, fixes for grub on OpenSuSE restoration support, for a crash when backuping NTFS FS, and for other small things.
Release Notes: This is the first step of the "Long Time Support" approach for MondoRescue. The goal is to provide you with mostly bugfixes, as well as minimal changes to allow for support teams and stable environments to be disrupted as little as possible. In particular, this version fixes #363, #364, and #367, improves Debian/Ubuntu support, and provides a "nolvm" option.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. SSHFS is now supported in addition to NFS. This release added the latest initrd FS for 2.6.30+ kernels, exclusion of devices and partitions in LVM, pre- and post-restore scripts, new network drivers (bnx2x, e1000e), IA-64 fixes, grub2, and more.