I am busy testing BESR 2010 for Linux. making a .v2i image of a partiton or volume poses no problem.
Restoring an image from a NFS share is far more problematic:
1. get an NFS mount to work : got it working
2. restore of a .v2i image of a /boot partition to its original place (after performing an umount /boot and having booted with a SRD bootdisk): got it working
3. restore of a .v2i file of the / filesystem to a new (not the original) partition : got it working
restore of a .v2i file of a / filesystem to its original place does not work because the / is mounted and i cannot unmount it. And i need the / for my NFS share ?
Does anyone of you have a solution to this ? I can hardly believe that it exists.
My first impression of BESR2010 for Linux:
BESR2010 for Linux is fine to create a .v2i of a filesystem so you can mount the file for a by file restore.
But for a system restore .... i don't have the impression yet that this is the rigth product. Or did i do things wrong ?