Carlos Montemayor Posted January 8, 2013 Report Share Posted January 8, 2013 Hi, I recentlytried to make a backup of a SoHo system using SSH (through putty, an SSH, Telnet and Rlogin client for windows). I was able to get as far as creating the file. However, I could not go any further because the new file had used up all the available free memory that was there in the system. I understand that this device has little space by nature and that if there is need or want for call recording or more than a little voice mail, one should look for a different setup. I, for instance, configure the SoHo systems that I deliver with short time parameters for call recording, cdr storage and such and I do not tell the end users that there is call recording capability at all. However, there are some very basic and crucial maintenance duties that should be performed, like backing up the system and being able to restore it and those require memory.So, please,could we get a step by step procedure to perform these needed duties on a SoHo? By step by step I mean an algorithm or a guide “for the rest of us” (field people that are not IT guys and much less know anything about Debian Linux). I know thatwhat I am asking for is going to take effort, but I assure you that it will save many headaches and will allow us to put more snom products in the field. In short,the 3 very basic algorithms (or step by step procedures if you like) that I askfor are: 1. Enabling a USB memory stick to makespace available for the SoHo system to use. 2. Making a system backup that woulduse precisely the memory created in the previous procedure. 3. Making a system restore from thebackup stored if, Heavens forbid, a disaster strikes. I will be much obliged and pledge that if thispetition is granted I will promote snom products in my market. Thanks in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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