partimage backs up disk partitions into image files and restores them.
-z val, --compress val
Set image file compression level:
val=0: don't compress: very fast but very big image file
val=1: compress using gzip: fast and small image file (default)
val=2: compress using bzip2: very slow and very small image file
Don't check the partition before saving.
Overwrite the existing image file without confirmation.
Don't ask any description for the image file.
-V vol, --volume vol
Split image into multiple volumes files. vol will be the size in KB of volumes.
Wait for a confirmation after each volume change.
Erase empty blocks on restore with zero bytes.
Don't fail if the partition is mounted. Dangerous!
Don't create a backup of the MBR (Mast Boot Record) in the image file.
-f action, --finish action
Action to do if finished successfully:
action=0: wait (do nothing)
action=1: halt (power off the computer)
action=2: reboot (restart the computer)
batch mode: the GUI won't wait for an user action.
full batch mode: the GUI is not being displayed. Rather status messages
are displayed as normal text.
The pattern response string has the following format:
where the glob pattern is matched against the string
of the message dialogue box to be displayed. For dialog boxes with
buttons in the window, the <response> must be the exact button text.
The pattern response string usually needs to be quoted as above.
Don't synchronize the disks at the end of the operation. Dangerous!
-s addr, --server addr
Give partimaged server's ip address.
-p port, --port port
Give partimaged server's listening port.
-g debuglevel, --debug debuglevel
Set the debug level to debuglevel (defaults to 1).
Disable SSL in network mode.
Simulation of restoration mode.
-a str, --automnt str
Automatic mount with X options. Read the doc for more details.
-U name, --username=name
Username to authenticate to partimage server.
-P pass, --password=pass
Password for authentication of user to partimage server.