Even the best system administrators will periodically forget a command or its syntax from time to time. In high-stress situations, such as when facilitating Linux disaster recovery, it is significantly easier to have the necessary command be just out of reach. In these situations, it is critical to remember the syntax of commands to restore your Linux backup.
The Linux Command Reference iPhone app can be extremely helpful whether you are not entirely familiar with Linux as a whole or are operating on tight time constraints. Dan Uff from Connecting People Software Co. presents this app to provide users “access to the most widely used Linux commands to date.”
If you know the terminal, then Storix’s Adaptable System Recovery products can help you restore your bare-metal backups to nearly any hardware configuration. To learn more, visit us on the Web or call us at (619) 543-0200.