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to take backup what is the command tell syntax

to take backup what is the command tell syntax
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Old 12-03-2010
Can be OS dependant (fbackup on HP-UX, mksysb on AIX...) then it depends on what kind (system - data...) so without more information (platform OS - version...) there is not more to say than standard UNIX tools for archiving are tar, cpio, then there are maybe dump ,dd...
 

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