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How can I write a scripit to back-up the root file system.  Then dump the back-up information to another file. Please write and example of the scripit.
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Hi, here is a simple example.  It assumes that /export/backups is a separate filesystem.

/usr/sbin/ufsdump 0cuf /export/backups/root.dump /

Other backup scripts can be found on my website.

Regards, Nisus
http://www.omnimodo.com
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