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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Chapter 27

Restoring Files and File Systems (Tasks)

This chapter describes how to use the ufsrestore command to restore files and file systems that were backed up by using the ufsdump command.

For information on the procedures associated with restoring files and file systems, see Restoring Files and File System Backups (Task Map).

For information about other commands you can use to archive, restore, copy, or move files and file systems, see Chapter 29, Copying UFS Files and File Systems (Tasks).

For information about backing up and restoring file systems, see Chapter 24, Backing Up and Restoring File Systems (Overview).

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