Time to test what should be the latest beta of MondoRescue 3.2.2

Well, I thought it could still take more time, but I had the possibility to dedicate enough time to fix and test the UEFI support for RHEL7 so I think it’s worth sharing and hopefully get good feedback from you before tagging it as final.

So a new beta of MondoRescue 3.2. is on its way. Please test it, especially if you try to do a backup/restore of a UEFI based system as this should now work flawlessly, including putting back EPS UUIDs. Should also work for other grub 2.x type of distributions such as Debian 8 e.g.

And share your report on our mailing-list !

I may have time to work on some remaining pretty annoying issues (#757 and #780 which look similar, maybe #781) but can’t promise for sure they will be part of this one which has been delayed way too much.

Current state of the changelogs are at http://trac.project-builder.org/browser/projects/mondorescue/pbconf/branches/3.2/mindi/pbcl, http://trac.project-builder.org/browser/projects/mondorescue/pbconf/branches/3.2/mondo/pbcl and http://trac.project-builder.org/browser/projects/mondorescue/pbconf/branches/3.2/MondoRescue/pbcl


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3 Responses to “Time to test what should be the latest beta of MondoRescue 3.2.2”

  1. MondoRescue 3.2.2 is finally available | Bruno Cornec's Blog Says:

    […] addition to what was already done and reported here previously, I have hopefully fixed the following additional […]

  2. Allen Says:


    May I know if the backup to usb is working or not ? I tried but got an error message “mv: inter-device move failed: `archives’ to `/tmp/mondo.tmp.fvlGxK/usb/archives’; unable to remove target: Is a directory”. I am using CentSO 5.1 and Mondo Archive v3.2.2-r3578.

    • brunocornec Says:

      Yes it’s supposed to work. Now without log files, it’s difficult for me to diagnose. I’d recommend that you post on the mailing list with these details.

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