Re: Simple Harddisk Backup/Cloning and Data Restore Scripts for your Fedora Desktops

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Restore script:

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#!/bin/sh

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# Script to Restore Xen Host/Dom0 and all DomUs which are using Logical Volumes as Virtual Hard Disks
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# Written by:
 
# Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming) Dip(Mechatronics) BEng(Hons)(Mechanical Engineering)
# Alma Maters:
# (1) Singapore Polytechnic
# (2) National University of Singapore
# Primary Blog: http://teo-en-ming-aka-zhang-enming.blogspot.com
# Secondary Blog: http://enmingteo.wordpress.com
# Youtube Videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/enmingteo
# Xen Tutorials and Video Demos: http://www.xen.org/support/tutorial.html
# Email: [email protected]
# MSN: [email protected]
# Mobile Phone (Starhub Prepaid): +65-8369-2618
# Street: Bedok Reservoir Road
# Country: Singapore

# First written: 13 November 2009 Friday 6:49 P.M. Singapore time
# Last updated: 13 November 2009 Friday 8:25 P.M. Singapore time
# Last updated: 13 November 2009 Friday 8:59 P.M. Singapore time
# Last updated: 13 November 2009 Friday 9:40 P.M. Singapore time

# REFERNCE: "Geek Sheet: Bare-metal backup and recovery", May 7th, 2008, Jason Perlow
# URL: http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=8759

# Usage Instructions:

# Boot up your desktop/server with System Rescue CD version 1.3.2 for i386/amd64.
# Then execute this restore script. You need to adapt this script to work for your environment.
# Download System Rescue CD from http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page

# No. of QC Checks Performed on this restore script: 1

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# Declare Variables
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HARDDISK=/dev/sda
SOURCE=/media/hitachi/test

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# Restoring Xen Host/Dom0
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# Restore the Master Boot Record
dd if=$SOURCE/f11-xen-dom0-sda.mbr of=$HARDDISK bs=512 count=1

# Restore the Partition Geometry
sfdisk $HARDDISK < $SOURCE/f11-xen-dom0-partition-geometry-sda.sfdisk

# Re-create the LVM2 PV containing the host operating system/dom0
pvcreate --uuid ??? /dev/sda2

# Re-create the LVM2 PV containing all the virtual machines
pvcreate --uuid ??? /dev/sda3

# Restore the LVM2 metadata for the volume group containing the host operating system/dom0
vgcfgrestore --file $SOURCE/vg_fedora11_host-vgcfg.lvm2.metadata vg_fedora11_host

# Restore the LVM2 metadata for the volume group containing all the virtual machines
vgcfgrestore --file $SOURCE/virtualmachines-vgcfg.lvm2.metadata virtualmachines

# Activate all the volume groups
vgchange -ay

# Restore all filesystems for the host operating system/dom0
fsarchiver restfs -v $SOURCE/f11-xen-dom0-filesystems.fsa id=0,dest=/dev/sda1 \
id=1,dest=/dev/vg_fedora11_host/lv_home \
id=2,dest=/dev/vg_fedora11_host/lv_root \
id=3,dest=/dev/vg_fedora11_host/lv_var

# Re-create the swap partition
mkswap /dev/vg_fedora11_host/lv_swap

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# Restoring Xen-based Virtual Machines/DomUs/Guest Operating Systems/VMs
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### NOTE: Check for swap partitions in each virtual machine and do a mkswap.

# VM 1: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0001.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0001

# VM 2: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0002.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0002

# VM 3: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0003.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0003

# VM 4: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0004.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0004

# VM 5: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0005.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0005

# VM 6: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0006.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0006

# VM 7: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0007.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0007

# VM 8: Fedora 11 x86_64 PV domU (MPICH2 Virtual Supercomputer Center)
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-f11-pv-hpc-node0008.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/f11-pv-hpc-node0008

# VM 9: FreeBSD 8.0 RC2 UNIX amd64 HVM domU
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-freebsd.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/freebsd

# VM 10: OpenSolaris 2009.06 UNIX amd64 PV domU
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zcat $SOURCE/virtualmachines-opensolaris.img.gz | dd of=/dev/virtualmachines/opensolaris

# VM 11: Rocks 5.1 x86_64 HPC Compute Cluster HVM domU (based on CentOS 5.2)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0001

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0001.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/rocks0001 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0001 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0001.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0001p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0001p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0001p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0001p2.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0001p5 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0001p5.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0001p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0001

# VM 12: Rocks 5.1 x86_64 HPC Compute Cluster HVM domU (based on CentOS 5.2)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0002

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0002.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/rocks0002 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0002 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0002.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0002p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0002p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0002p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0002p2.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0002p5 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0002p5.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0002p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0002

# VM 13: Rocks 5.1 x86_64 HPC Compute Cluster HVM domU (based on CentOS 5.2)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0003

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0003.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/rocks0003 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0003 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0003.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0003p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0003p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0003p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0003p2.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0003p5 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0003p5.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0003p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0003

# VM 14: Rocks 5.1 x86_64 HPC Compute Cluster HVM domU (based on CentOS 5.2)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0004

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0004.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/rocks0004 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0004 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0004.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0004p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0004p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0004p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0004p2.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0004p5 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0004p5.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0004p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0004

# VM 15: Rocks 5.1 x86_64 HPC Compute Cluster HVM domU (based on CentOS 5.2)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0005

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0005.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/rocks0005 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0005 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0005.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0005p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0005p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0005p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0005p2.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0005p5 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-rocks0005p5.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-rocks0005p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/rocks0005

# VM 16: Slackware64 13.0 amd64 HVM domU
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/slackware64

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-slackware64.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/slackware64 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/slackware64 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-slackware64.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-slackware64p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-slackware64p1.img.000

partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-slackware64p2 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-slackware64p2.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-slackware64p3

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/slackware64

# VM 17: Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Linux HVM domU
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/ubuntu910

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-ubuntu910.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/ubuntu910 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/ubuntu910 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-ubuntu910.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-ubuntu910p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-ubuntu910p1.img.000

# Re-create swap
mkswap /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-ubuntu910p5

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/ubuntu910

# VM 18: Windows XP Home Edition SP3 32-bit HVM domU with VGA passthrough (requires Intel VT-d)
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# Add partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -av /dev/virtualmachines/winxphome32

# Restore MBR
dd if=$SOURCE/virtualmachines-winxphome32.mbr of=/dev/virtualmachines/winxphome32 bs=512 count=1

# Restore partition geometry
sfdisk /dev/virtualmachines/winxphome32 < $SOURCE/virtualmachines-winxphome32.sfdisk

# Restore all filesystems
partimage -e -b restore /dev/mapper/virtualmachines-winxphome32p1 $SOURCE/virtualmachines-winxphome32p1.img.000

# Delete partition mappings in /dev/mapper
kpartx -dv /dev/virtualmachines/winxphome32

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# Deactivate Logical Volume Manager
vgchange -an

# Sync filesystems
sync

# Reboot the machine
reboot

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# EOF
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