Veritas™ System Recovery 18 Service Pack 3 User's Guide: Linux Edition
- Introducing Veritas™ System Recovery for Linux
- Installing Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition
- Backing up a Linux computer
- Scheduling a backup
- Restoring a Linux computer
- Creating a Veritas Recovery Disk
- Features not supported in Veritas System Recovery for Linux
- Troubleshooting Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition
- Appendix A. Veritas System Recovery for Linux Utilities
About Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition
Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition lets you recover from system loss or disasters in minutes, not hours, or days. It provides fast, easy to use system restoration to help you meet your recovery time objectives. Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition lets you capture recovery points of all the partitions and volumes on a live Linux system. The recovery points can include partitions and volumes containing the operating system (OS), applications, system settings, configurations, files, and data.
When you experience a problem with your computer, you can restore a file system partition or an entire drive. This recovery process returns your computer to a previous, functional state with the operating system, applications, and data files intact.
Using Veritas System Recovery Linux Edition you can do the following:
Perform backups (create recovery points) of partitions and volumes on your Linux system.
Restore volumes and partitions using the recovery points you have created.
Create a Veritas Recovery Disk that you can use to recover your computer if it does not start.
Mount recovery points so you can restore individual files and folders.