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Table 32-18: Restore Interactive Mode Shell Commands Description Add files or directories to the list of files to be extracted. Such tagged files display a * before their names when listed with ls. All subdirectories of a tagged directory are also extracted. Changes the current working directory. Deletes a file or directory from the extraction list. All subdirectories for deleted directories will also be removed. Extracts files and directories on the extraction list. Display a list of available commands. Lists the contents of the current working directory or a specified directory. Displays the full pathname of the current working directory. Exits the restore interactive mode shell. The quit command does not perform any extraction, even if the extraction list still has items in it. Sets the owner, modes, and times for all files and directories in the extraction list. Used to clean up an interrupted restore. In the verbose mode, each file is listed as it is extracted. Also, the ls command lists the inode numbers for files and directories.
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This command will generate a shell encompassing the entire directory structure of the backup. You are given a shell prompt and you can use the cd command to move to different directories and the ls command to list files and subdirectories. You use the add command to tag a file or directory for extraction. Should you later decide not to extract it, you can use the delete command to remove from the tagged list. Once you have selected all the items you want, you enter the extract command to retrieve them from the backup archive. To quit the restore shell, you enter quit. The help command will list the restore shell commands. Should you need to restore an entire file system, you would use restore with the -r option. You can restore the file system to any blank formatted hard disk partition of adequate size, including the file system's original partition. If may be advisable, if possible, to restore the file system on another partition and check the results. Restoring an entire file system involves setting up a formatted partition, mounting it to your system, and then changing to its top directory to run the restore command. First you should use mkfs to format the partition to where you are restoring the file system, and then mount it onto your system. Then you use restore with the -r option and the -f option to specify the device holding the file system's backup. In the next example, the user formats the /dev/hda5 partition, and then restores on that partition, the file system backup, currently on a tape in the /dev/tape device.
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To restore from a backup device located on another system on your network, you would have to specify that hostname for the system and the name of its device. The hostname is entered before the device name and delimited with a colon. In the following example, the user restores a file system from the backup on the tape device with the name /dev/tape on the rabbit.mytrek.com system:
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Your Linux system provides a set of utilities, known as mtools, that enable you to access a floppy disk formatted for MS-DOS easily (see Table 32-19). The mcopy command enables you to copy files to and from an MS-DOS floppy disk in your floppy drive. No special operations, such as mounting, are required. With mtools, you needn't mount an MS-DOS partition to access it. For an MS-DOS floppy disk, place the disk in your floppy drive, and you can then use mtool commands to access those files. For example, to copy a file from an MS-DOS floppy disk to your Linux system, use the mcopy command. You specify the MSDOS disk with a: for the A drive. Unlike normal DOS pathnames, pathnames used with mtool commands use forward slashes instead of backslashes. The directory docs on the A drive would be referenced by the pathname a:/docs, not a:\docs. Unlike MS-DOS, which defaults the second argument to the current directory, you always need to supply the second argument for mcopy. The next example copies the file mydata to the MS-DOS disk, and then copies the preface file from the disk to the current Linux directory. Notice that, unlike DOS, mtools uses forward slashes instead of backward slashes.
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