What to choose for backup and recovery of Linux on bare metal?


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Advise convenient for backup and recovery Linux (specifically, Ubuntu 16.04 will be) on the same bare-metal c, given that you may need to restore the instructions on the phone. That is, it is desirable that it had a GUI. If the commercial license is desirable that a one-time, not subscription.
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Clonezilla - has-style interface next->next->done, but it all comes down to 1st menu item to kneading people have not had the opportunity to make a mistake.
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* rdiff-backup
* rsync
* dd
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Personally, I prefer the second option, but it is one - off- there are no increments and diffu. A little difficult it may seem, the recovery - needed hands to mark the screw and to write the loader. However everything can be automated. :)
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Personally I use TimeShift on Debian, good enough for Ubuntu. TimeShift is a GUI for rsync add - on and not only.
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Normal rsync reliably does everything
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