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  1. #1
    JasonPat
    Gast

    HD mit Parted Magic sichern

    Hallo,

    Ich wollte mit Parted Magic 6.4 (der LiveCD) meine Festplatte Sichern.
    Nach dem ich anfangs mit der "GUI" (ncurse) Probleme hatte (er hat mir immer die USB Platte auf die ich sichern wollte aus gehängt) habe ich das erstellte Commando (wird immer am ende Angezeigt) kopiert um dieses zu verwenden:
    Code:
    /opt/drbl/sbin/ocs-sr -q1 -c -j2 -gm -gs -z1p -i 10000 -p true savedisk HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img sda
    Er sichert damit immer in /home/partimage, deshalb habe ich meine USB Festplatte dort hinein gemounted.
    Er sollte meine Interne gesammte Platte sichern (Alle Partitionen, 5 sind es).
    Also:
    Interne /sda sichenr
    nach /sdb1/...

    Jetzt Fehlt da aber eine Artition so wies aussieht,
    außerdem regt er sich darüber auf, dass es nur mit dd geht,
    aber das habe ich ihm ja auch so gesagt (-q1).

    Weiß wer was schief ging?
    Oder womit ich das komfortabel hinkriege? (vl echte GUI?)


    root@PartedMagic:/home# mount /dev/sdd1 /home/partimag/
    -z1p -i 10000 -p true savedisk HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img sda-gs
    Setting the TERM as xterm
    ************************************************** ***.
    Clonezilla image dir: /home/partimag
    ************************************************** ***.
    Shutting down the Logical Volume Manager
    No volume groups found
    No volume groups found
    Finished Shutting down the Logical Volume Manager
    Selected device [sda] found!
    The selected devices: sda
    ************************************************** ***.
    Activating the partition info in /proc... done!
    Selected device [sda] found!
    The selected devices: sda
    Searching for data partition(s)...
    Excluding busy partition or disk...
    Unmouted partitions (including extended or swap): sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    Collecting info..... done!
    Searching for swap partition(s)...
    Excluding busy partition or disk...
    Unmouted partitions (including extended or swap): sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    Collecting info..... done!
    The data partition to be saved: sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    The swap partition to be saved:
    Activating the partition info in /proc... done!
    Selected device [sda1] found!
    Selected device [sda2] found!
    Selected device [sda3] found!
    Selected device [sda4] found!
    The selected devices: sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    Getting /dev/sda1 info...
    Getting /dev/sda2 info...
    Getting /dev/sda3 info...
    Getting /dev/sda4 info...
    ************************************************** ***.
    The following step is to save the hard disk/partition(s) on this machine as an image:
    ************************************************** ***.
    Machine: 2823W3R
    sda (250GB_TOSHIBA_MK2529GS_ata-TOSHIBA_MK2529GSG_8988W4MTW)
    sda1 (106MB_(In_TOSHIBA_MK2529GS)_ata-TOSHIBA_MK2529GSG_8988W4MTW)
    sda2 (105MB_ntfs(In_TOSHIBA_MK2529GS)_ata-TOSHIBA_MK2529GSG_8988W4MTW)
    sda3 (43.9GB_ntfs(In_TOSHIBA_MK2529GS)_ata-TOSHIBA_MK2529GSG_8988W4MTW)
    sda4 (206GB_ntfs(In_TOSHIBA_MK2529GS)_ata-TOSHIBA_MK2529GSG_8988W4MTW)
    ************************************************** ***.
    -> "/home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img".
    Are you sure you want to continue? ? (y/n) y
    OK, let's do it!!
    Shutting down the Logical Volume Manager
    No volume groups found
    No volume groups found
    Finished Shutting down the Logical Volume Manager
    Checking the integrity of partition table in the disk /dev/sda...
    Reading the partition table for /dev/sda...RETVAL=0
    ************************************************** ***.
    The first partition of disk /dev/sda starts at 63.
    Saving the hidden data between MBR (1st sector, i.e. 512 bytes) and 1st partition, which might be useful for some recovery tool, by:
    dd if=/dev/sda of=/home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda-hidden-data-after-mbr skip=1 bs=512 count=62
    62+0 records in
    62+0 records out
    31744 bytes (32 kB) copied, 0.0916157 s, 346 kB/s
    ************************************************** ***.
    done!
    Saving the MBR data for sda...
    1+0 records in
    1+0 records out
    512 bytes (512 B) copied, 0.00042905 s, 1.2 MB/s
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Starting saving /dev/sda1 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda1.XXX...
    /dev/sda1 filesystem: Unknown or unsupported.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the disk space...
    This file system is not supported by smart programs, e.g. partclone, partimage or ntfsclone, or you force to use dd to save the file system:
    dd will save and restore all the blocks in the harddrive, no matter if the block is used or not.
    THIS WILL BE VERY INEFFICIENT AND MIGHT TAKE VERY LONG TIME...
    Use this method to save the image instead of partclone, partimage or ntfsclone: partclone.dd + pigz
    Image file will be split with size limit 10000 MB.
    If this action fails or hangs after several minutes, check:
    * Is the disk full ?
    ************************************************** ***.
    Partclone v0.2.24 http://partclone.org
    Starting to clone device (/dev/sda1) to image (-)
    File system: raw
    Device size: 105.9 MB
    Space in use: 105.9 MB
    Free Space: 0 Byte
    Block size: 512 Byte
    Used block : 206785
    Elapsed: 00:00:02, Remaining: 00:00:00, Completed:100.00%, Rate: 3.18GB/min,
    Total Time: 00:00:02, Ave. Rate: 3.2GB/min, 100.00% completed!
    Syncing... OK!
    Partclone successfully cloned the device (/dev/sda1) to the image (-)
    Checking the disk space...
    >>> Time elapsed: 2.07 secs (~ .034 mins)
    ************************************************** ***.
    Finished saving /dev/sda1 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda1.dd-img
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Starting saving /dev/sda2 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda2.XXX...
    /dev/sda2 filesystem: ntfs.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the disk space...
    This file system is not supported by smart programs, e.g. partclone, partimage or ntfsclone, or you force to use dd to save the file system: ntfs
    dd will save and restore all the blocks in the harddrive, no matter if the block is used or not.
    THIS WILL BE VERY INEFFICIENT AND MIGHT TAKE VERY LONG TIME...
    Use this method to save the image instead of partclone, partimage or ntfsclone: partclone.dd + pigz
    Image file will be split with size limit 10000 MB.
    If this action fails or hangs after several minutes, check:
    * Is the disk full ?
    ************************************************** ***.
    Partclone v0.2.24 http://partclone.org
    Starting to clone device (/dev/sda2) to image (-)
    File system: raw
    Device size: 104.9 MB
    Space in use: 104.9 MB
    Free Space: 0 Byte
    Block size: 512 Byte
    Used block : 204800
    Elapsed: 00:00:02, Remaining: 00:00:00, Completed:100.00%, Rate: 3.15GB/min,
    Total Time: 00:00:02, Ave. Rate: 3.1GB/min, 100.00% completed!
    Syncing... OK!
    Partclone successfully cloned the device (/dev/sda2) to the image (-)
    Checking the disk space...
    >>> Time elapsed: 2.50 secs (~ .041 mins)
    ************************************************** ***.
    Finished saving /dev/sda2 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda2.dd-img
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Starting saving /dev/sda3 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda3.XXX...
    /dev/sda3 filesystem: ntfs.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the disk space...
    This file system is not supported by smart programs, e.g. partclone, partimage or ntfsclone, or you force to use dd to save the file system: ntfs
    dd will save and restore all the blocks in the harddrive, no matter if the block is used or not.
    THIS WILL BE VERY INEFFICIENT AND MIGHT TAKE VERY LONG TIME...
    Use this method to save the image instead of partclone, partimage or ntfsclone: partclone.dd + pigz
    Image file will be split with size limit 10000 MB.
    If this action fails or hangs after several minutes, check:
    * Is the disk full ?
    ************************************************** ***.
    Partclone v0.2.24 http://partclone.org
    Starting to clone device (/dev/sda3) to image (-)
    File system: raw
    Device size: 43.9 GB
    Space in use: 43.9 GB
    Free Space: 0 Byte
    Block size: 512 Byte
    Used block : 85811200
    Elapsed: 00:39:43, Remaining: 00:00:00, Completed:100.00%, Rate: 1.11GB/min,
    Total Time: 00:39:43, Ave. Rate: 1.1GB/min, 100.00% completed!
    Syncing... OK!
    Partclone successfully cloned the device (/dev/sda3) to the image (-)
    Checking the disk space...
    >>> Time elapsed: 2383.55 secs (~ 39.725 mins)
    ************************************************** ***.
    Finished saving /dev/sda3 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda3.dd-img
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Starting saving /dev/sda4 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda4.XXX...
    /dev/sda4 filesystem: ntfs.
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the disk space...
    This file system is not supported by smart programs, e.g. partclone, partimage or ntfsclone, or you force to use dd to save the file system: ntfs
    dd will save and restore all the blocks in the harddrive, no matter if the block is used or not.
    THIS WILL BE VERY INEFFICIENT AND MIGHT TAKE VERY LONG TIME...
    Use this method to save the image instead of partclone, partimage or ntfsclone: partclone.dd + pigz
    Image file will be split with size limit 10000 MB.
    If this action fails or hangs after several minutes, check:
    * Is the disk full ?
    ************************************************** ***.
    Partclone v0.2.24 http://partclone.org
    Starting to clone device (/dev/sda4) to image (-)
    File system: raw
    Device size: 205.9 GB
    Space in use: 205.9 GB
    Free Space: 0 Byte
    Block size: 512 Byte
    Used block : 402172272
    Elapsed: 04:05:52, Remaining: 00:00:00, Completed:100.00%, Rate: 837.50MB/min,
    Total Time: 04:05:52, Ave. Rate: 837.5MB/min, 100.00% completed!
    Syncing... OK!
    Partclone successfully cloned the device (/dev/sda4) to the image (-)
    Checking the disk space...
    >>> Time elapsed: 14753.27 secs (~ 245.887 mins)
    ************************************************** ***.
    Finished saving /dev/sda4 as /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda4.dd-img
    ************************************************** ***.
    Saving hardware info by lshw...
    Saving DMI info...
    Saving PCI info...
    Saving package info...
    ************************************************** ***.
    Generating MD5SUMS for image HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img. This might take a while...

    real 94m17.029s
    user 21m27.918s
    sys 2m49.108s
    Generating SHA1SUMS for image HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img. This might take a while...

    real 93m39.582s
    user 54m53.113s
    sys 2m40.670s
    This image was saved successfully: HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img
    Start checking the saved image HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img if restorable...
    Setting the TERM as xterm
    The image to be checked: HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img
    This is a whole disk image, saved from harddrive: sda
    The partition to be checked: sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the partition table in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    Partition table file found!
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the swap partition info in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    Finding swap partition(s) in MBR table /home/partimag/HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img/sda-pt.sf...
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the MBR in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    MBR file found!
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the partition sda1 in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    This partition image was saved by dd.
    This partition image was not saved by partclone. This program only works for the partition image saved by partclone. Skip checking.
    Press "Enter" to continue......
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the partition sda2 in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    This partition image was saved by dd.
    This partition image was not saved by partclone. This program only works for the partition image saved by partclone. Skip checking.
    Press "Enter" to continue......
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the partition sda3 in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    This partition image was saved by dd.
    This partition image was not saved by partclone. This program only works for the partition image saved by partclone. Skip checking.
    Press "Enter" to continue......
    ************************************************** ***.
    Checking the partition sda4 in the image "HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img"...
    This partition image was saved by dd.
    This partition image was not saved by partclone. This program only works for the partition image saved by partclone. Skip checking.
    Press "Enter" to continue......
    ************************************************** ***.
    Broken partition images were found, or some of them are not checkable in this image: HDD_IMG/2011-08-03-00-img
    Press "Enter" to continue......
    ************************************************** ***
    ************************************************** ***
    This program is not started by Clonezilla server, so skip notifying it the job is done.
    Finished!
    Now syncing - flush filesystem buffers...
    Geändert von JasonPat (03.08.11 um 20:56 Uhr)

  2. #2
    nobody.nogroup Avatar von pibi
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    Zitat Zitat von JasonPat Beitrag anzeigen
    Er sichert damit immer in /home/partimage, deshalb habe ich meine USB Festplatte dort hinein gemounted.
    Auch das kannst Du im Dialog einstellen.
    Zitat Zitat von JasonPat Beitrag anzeigen
    Er sollte meine Interne gesammte Platte sichern (Alle Partitionen, 5 sind es).

    Jetzt Fehlt da aber eine Artition so wies aussieht,
    Du hast 4 Datenpartitionen und ein Swap. Das Swap zu sichern ergibt keinen Sinn, daher sind es nur diese vier.
    Zitat Zitat von JasonPat Beitrag anzeigen
    The data partition to be saved: sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
    The swap partition to be saved:
    Aber gestatte mir bitte die Frage: Was willst Du mit diesem Save bezwecken? Sinnvoll kannst Du ihn nur zum Zurueckspielen ganzer Partitionen verwenden. Fuer eine (taegliche) Datensicherung wuerde ich eher "tar" verwenden.

    Gruss Pit.

  3. #3
    JasonPat
    Gast
    Zitat Zitat von pibi Beitrag anzeigen
    Auch das kannst Du im Dialog einstellen.
    Das hat bei mir nicht hin gehauen, Ich habe es vorher gemounted gehabt und dann wars weg.
    Vl ist der Dialog nur nicht benutzerfreundlich genug.

    Zitat Zitat von pibi Beitrag anzeigen
    Du hast 4 Datenpartitionen und ein Swap. Das Swap zu sichern ergibt keinen Sinn, daher sind es nur diese vier.
    Ahm. Nein. Es sind alles liebe nette Windows NTFS Partitionen mit zu sichernden Daten. Kein Linux, kein swap.

    Zitat Zitat von pibi Beitrag anzeigen
    Aber gestatte mir bitte die Frage: Was willst Du mit diesem Save bezwecken? Sinnvoll kannst Du ihn nur zum Zurueckspielen ganzer Partitionen verwenden.
    Sinnvoll WILL ich ihn auch nur zum zurück spielen von sogar nur der Ganzen Festplatte verwenden.

    Zitat Zitat von pibi Beitrag anzeigen
    Fuer eine (taegliche) Datensicherung wuerde ich eher "tar" verwenden.
    Für die (tägliche) Sicherung würde ich auch nicht Parted Magic Live CD starten ...
    Das sollte dann Script gesteuert passieren.

  4. #4
    JasonPat
    Gast
    Hmmm bin mir zwar jetzt nicht sicher, dachte jetzt aber mal, es liegt daran, dass es sich um eine Erweitere Partition mit zwei Logischen handelt.
    Wobei mir die Windows 7 Datenträgerverwaltung dies nicht anzeigt, sondern bei allen Type Dynamisch(?) anzeigt. Das kenne ich gar nicht ....

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