Latest version: 1.3
Freshen a backup partition of a system's Root File System
Maintaining a backup copy of a system's RFS can be useful if the RFS becomes unusable
and booting from CD/network is difficult.
This will allow the system to boot and use it as the Root File System so that
the normal Root File System can be repaired.
UpdateBackupRFS automates the process of taking a backup copy on a disk partition
that is mounted at /RFS.BAK.
If you want to know more see UpdateBackupRFS-1.3.READMEYou may download this software in a variety of formats. Some are specific to particular operating systems or architectures, see below:
|CentOS 6 noarch||UpdateBackupRFS-1.2-2.0.noarch.rpm||Mon Nov 14 2011|
|CentOS 7 noarch||UpdateBackupRFS-1.2-2.0.noarch.rpm||Wed Jun 17 2015|
|CentOS 8 noarch||UpdateBackupRFS-1.3-0.0.noarch.rpm||Wed Nov 20 2019|
|CentOS 8 src||UpdateBackupRFS-1.3-0.0.src.rpm||Wed Nov 20 2019|
|CentOS 8 tar||UpdateBackupRFS-1.3-0.0.tar.gz||Wed Nov 20 2019|
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