Provided by: mondo_2.06-1_i386
mondorestore - a restore / disaster-recovery tool.
mondorestore : restore your PC
mondorestore restores data previously backed up with mondoarchive .
mondoarchive does not take any command line parameters. Note that
mondorestore will usually automatically be called when booting a
MondoRescue medium. The only exception is booting a MondoRescue medium
in Expert mode in which case mondorestore can be evoked from the
mondorestore generates an Extremely important file: /var/log/mondo-
archive.log. When seeking technical support, attach this file to your
/var/log/mondo-archive.log This log contains important information
required to analyse mondorestore problem reports. Mondo support highly
recommends sending this file with support questions.
A link to Mondo’s HTML-based manual (by Mikael Hultgren, Cafeole, Randy
Delphs, Stan Benoit, and me) may be found at
http://www.mondorescue.org/docs/docs.html - or in /usr/share/doc/mondo-
x.xx on your hard drive. A link to test results can be found at
It is recommend that your system has more than 64 MB ram. SCSI device
order change with nuke can have unexpected results. It is recommended
you use expert mode with drastic hardware reconfigurations.
afio(1), bzip2(1), find(1), mindi(8), mondoarchive(8). The mindi
manuals might not have been written yet.
Hugo Rabson (coding) email@example.com
Jesse Keating (packaging) firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan Benoit (testing) email@example.com
Mikael Hultgren (docs) firstname.lastname@example.org
See mailing list at http://www.mondorescue.org for technical support.