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Project Summary

Relax-and-Recover is the leading Open Source disaster recovery and system migration solution, and successor to mkcdrec. It comprises of a modular framework and ready-to-go workflows for many common situations to produce a bootable image and restore from backup using this image. As a benefit, it allows to restore to different hardware and can therefore be used as a migration tool as well.

Currently Relax-and-Recover supports various boot media (incl. ISO, PXE, OBDR tape, USB or eSATA storage), a variety of network protocols as well as a multitude of backup strategies.

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backup bare_metal datalossprevention disaster disaster_recovery enterprise imaging linux migration rear recover recovery rescue

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30 Day Summary

Apr 10 2021 — May 10 2021

12 Month Summary

May 10 2020 — May 10 2021
  • 457 Commits
    Down -243 (34%) from previous 12 months
  • 20 Contributors
    Down -6 (23%) from previous 12 months