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userdoc:tt_tarsnap_online_backup [2018/09/29 11:01]
abelbeck [Restore to a New Install]
userdoc:tt_tarsnap_online_backup [2019/11/21 10:18] (current)
mkeuter [Restore to a New Install]
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   tarsnap-backup --uninstall-cronjob   tarsnap-backup --uninstall-cronjob
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 +!!Tip:!! Don't use a cronjob between 02:00 and 03:00 in the night, because of DST switching :-).
  
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 !!Note ->!! If you restore to a different media than the original, you need to run this command afterwards to re-create the [[https://​www.tarsnap.com/​cachedir.html|cache directory]] and to be able to create backups again ((This option is not listed in the program help!)): !!Note ->!! If you restore to a different media than the original, you need to run this command afterwards to re-create the [[https://​www.tarsnap.com/​cachedir.html|cache directory]] and to be able to create backups again ((This option is not listed in the program help!)):
  
-  tarsnap ​-fsck+  tarsnap ​--fsck
  
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 !!Warning ->!! You should not use a Tarsnap Backup to "​clone"​ an active system to create a new install, as that will duplicate private keys (SSH, VPN, etc.) which must be unique across deployed systems. !!Warning ->!! You should not use a Tarsnap Backup to "​clone"​ an active system to create a new install, as that will duplicate private keys (SSH, VPN, etc.) which must be unique across deployed systems.
  
-First, configure AstLinux using the standard **[[userdoc:​new-install|New Install]]**. ​ Set the "​Management Password"​ via the web interface, it may be different from the Tarsnap Backup if you wish.+First, configure AstLinux using the standard **[[userdoc:​new-install|New Install]]**.\\ 
 +Set the "​Management Password"​ via the web interface, it may be different from what is archived in the Tarsnap Backup if you wish.
  
 Then, using the CLI, create the tarsnap directory: Then, using the CLI, create the tarsnap directory:
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 Resync the tarsnap cache directory: Resync the tarsnap cache directory:
  
-  tarsnap ​-fsck+  tarsnap ​--fsck
  
 Finally, Reboot the system to use the restored data. Finally, Reboot the system to use the restored data.