Several tools have been added and written, so to make this ISO the perfect choice to backup and restore whole partitions, an easy way. It sounds like Symantec Ghost tm , but has even better features, and is totally free. Pvergain 6 juillet à CEST Nettoyage[ modifier le code ] J'ai amorcé un léger nettoyage de l'article et j'ai envoyé aux oubliettes les nombreuses références promotionnelles aux concurrents de Norton Ghost qui parsemaient le texte. À l'exception de celles en listes qui sont rendues temporairement dans Liste des logiciels de Clonage.

Nom:ping partimage
Format:Fichier D’archive
Système d’exploitation:Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
Licence:Usage Personnel Seulement
Taille:23.89 MBytes

When you save a partition into an image file, you can choose one of four compression levels: none There is no compression gzip Image will be compressed with gzip default bzip2 Image will be compressed with bzip2 lzo Image will be compressed with lzo With No compression you will have a very big image file, which will have the same size of the used data of your saved partition.

This is really interesting only if you have a lot of space. This is the most useful mode, and the default setting. This operation takes more time due to the compression, but it creates a much smaller file. With Bzip2 compression you will have a very small image file: Bzip2 has a better compression ratio than gzip on big files though in some rare cases, it can actually create a bigger archive files.

This will be very very slow to compress. With Lzo compression this is a very fast compression algorithm. Choose this option if you have enough space to save a big image, and you want to save time. This compression level is available for version 0. You can compress and uncompress image files, after creation. For example, if the image redhat You can also compress an image which was not compressed. For example, you can type bzip2 debian This may be usful if you wish to experiment with other compression utilities.

Partition Image will be able to read uncompressed files, or those created using a supported compression routine even though the software itself was not used for the compression. It is really recommended to use compression as it will be reduce the image file size quite a lot which can be very useful if you plan to store it on either removable medias or save them online through a dedicated web server.


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