Snapshots allow users to create images of a specified filesystem. Use this tag if you have problems or questions about creating Snapshots in Ubuntu.

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rsync creating target directory with old date

I have a script that automates backups - hourly snapshots of my xubuntu 12.04LTS workstation. It creates a directory named according to the date and time, ie: 20140316-1033, representing 10:33 this ...
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virsh snapshot-create-as gives “unable to execute QEMU command `transaction`”

I have an Ubuntu 12.04 Server that hosts several virtual machines. I want to make backups of these VM's using the snapshot mechanism. The purpose of these snapshots is to have a backup on an external ...
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Btrfs snapshot marked as deleted

I am using Btrfs v3.12 and each time I delete a snapshot it is not deleted, marked as "DELETED" but the global size of the volume doesn't change. I have never seen that in older version of BTRFS. ...
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Can I Recover The Files in the Directory /usr from a btrfs Snapshot?

Some time ago, I moved the folder /usr to its own partition. Before this it had lived in the / partition which has a **btrfs filesystem. Accidentally, I formatted my /usr partition from my Windows ...
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change the source.list file for LVM snapshot

I am using Ubuntu 12.10 (quantal) and we know that 12.10 is in End of Life status. They removed every mirror image from http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ to old-releases.ubuntu.com. As per comment by ...
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“Last known working configuraition”

Is there a way to make Ubuntu have a last known working configuration. Windows has this as standard and can be accessed at the boot menu. I’ve asked this question in the irc channels and the best ...
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How to get the current lvm snapshot name

I am used LVM for ubuntu. I can get all the present snpashot names using sudo lvscan. But I wanted current snapshot name on which I am. Is there any command or trick for this?
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make snap shot script

I am attempting to write a script take a snapshot of a given logical volume and delete any older than rotate_count. The makesnap tool takes a snapshot of the given logicalvol. The snapshot’s name is ...
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Will snapper (for btrfs) work well on Kubuntu 12.04?

I'm running btrfs in Kubuntu 12.04 with SSD's. My boot partition is ext2, but my home and root partitions are btrfs. I'm very interested in using the snapper tool (from OpenSuse). I just learned that ...