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Linux Cloud Server - Create Image

Posted on 2012-04-02
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Is there a free software package that will allow me to make an image of an entire cloud sever running Linux?
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Question by:deklinm
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legolasthehansy earned 500 total points
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Use Clonezilla (clonezilla.org)

See here for screenshots. Very simple and easy to use
http://clonezilla.org/screenshots.php

You will have to find a way to get to sync Clonezilla with the server though through the interface and that probably your Cloud docs or support can help.
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