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Backups are normally written to separate media, while versioning file systems write to the same hard drive (and normally the same folder, directory, or local partition). Versioning file systems provide some of the features of revision control systems.Which Linux file systems support versioning?
No mainstream Linux file system supports versioning, but a number of experimental/research and lesser-known solutions do, namely: NILFS - A log-structured file system supporting versioning of the entire file system and continuous snapshotting. In this list, this one is only stable and included in mainline kernel.What is the use of it backup in Linux?
It is a powerful backup tool that allows users to design backup activity configuration files that can be drooped in /etc/backup.d/ directory. It helps to perform secure, remote and also incremental backups over a network. It has got the following features: Easy to read ini style configuration files.How to create system backup of Ubuntu 20 04 system?
Using the following steps we will first create system backup of the Ubuntu 20.04 system using the Timeshift graphical user interface. Later we will restore from the previously created system backup snapshot. First step is to install the Timeshift backup utility on your Ubuntu 20.04 System.