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favorini [How to check your snapshots]
biac:backup [2019/11/14 18:01]
favorini Remove ref to Fatt and Hill
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 ==== How to check your snapshots ==== ==== How to check your snapshots ====
-Every data directory on Munin has a hidden snapshot directory (called ~snapshot). Inside you will find directories that correspond to your snapshots. Within those snapshot directories,​ you will find read-only copies of your data as it was when the snapshot was taken. You can restore those files simply by copying them to the desired location. You can also right-click your data directory in Windows Explorer and then click on the ''​Previous Versions''​ tab to see your snapshots+Every data directory on Munin has a hidden snapshot directory (called ~snapshot). Inside you will find directories that correspond to your snapshots. Within those snapshot directories,​ you will find read-only copies of your data as it was when the snapshot was taken. You can restore those files simply by copying them to the desired location. You can also right-click your data directory in Windows ​File Explorer and then click on the ''​Previous Versions''​ tab to see your snapshots.
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-If your data are on Hill or Fatt, you can right-click your data directory in Windows Explorer and then click on the ''​Previous Versions''​ tab to see your snapshots (also known as shadow copies on Windows).+
  
 ==== Default Snapshot Rules ==== ==== Default Snapshot Rules ====
biac/backup.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/14 18:01 by favorini