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Old 03-24-2011, 12:52 AM   #1
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Harddisk image


Today I installed centos5.5. After I installed all the php modules and related plugins. Now i configured all the servers. I need to take all the harddisk iso images.Please give any solutions.
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Do you mean you need to take a full backup of the harddisk to an image? Have a look at man page for the dd command or at CloneZilla.
man dd
Another good source of information for dd can be found here.

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