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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Where to Find Backup and Restore Tasks

Backup or Restore Task

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Back up file systems by using the ufsdump command.

Chapter 25, Backing Up Files and File Systems (Tasks)

Create UFS snapshots by using the fssnap command.

Chapter 26, Using UFS Snapshots (Tasks)

Restore file systems by using the ufsrestore command.

Chapter 27, Restoring Files and File Systems (Tasks)

Copy files and directories by using the cpio, dd, pax, and cpio commands.

Chapter 29, Copying UFS Files and File Systems (Tasks)

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