Tag: backup

Windows 7 File Recovery for Windows 10/11

Windows 7 File Recovery for Windows 10/11

class invalid

The error is shown as below

The validation information class requested was invalid. (0x80070544).

To fix this issue, prefix the username with target system name. For example


Location cannot be used

The error is shown as below

0x80070544: The specified network location cannot be used.

This is because no write access to the target folder.


Error code 0x80070544 when attempting to back up Windows 8 onto NAS over Samba

Rsync backup client

Rsync backup client

Rsync backup command can be used as below.

rsync -avR --delete
        --backup-dir=/folder-`date +%Y.%m.%d` \
        --password-file=/root/password_file \
        --exclude-from='exclude-list.txt' \
        /app \
        /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ \
        /etc/network/interfaces \
        /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ \
        /root \
        /home \

The password_file only contains rsync password without any other data.

In rsync@server::NetBackup/folder, rsync is user id, server is rsync server, NetBackup is rsync service (share folder), folder is where backup to be saved.

The backup-dir is the folder created in the rsync server to save changes.

Backup docker container using shell script

j# Backup docker container using shell script


Using following shell script to backup docker container with date tag

# backup-docker.sh <container_name> <registry_path>

container=$1            # <container_name>
repo_prefix=$2          # <registry>/<prefix>

repo_path=$repo_name:`date +%Y%m%d`

docker commit $container $repo_path
docker login $registry
docker push $repo_path

Note: If following certification error occurred, follow the page below to install ceritficate.

Configure trust self generated ca certificate of docker registry

List repo

Using following shell command to list repo list in docker registry

curl https://bianxi:$PASSWORD@${registry}/v2/_catalog

Sample output


List tags

Using follwing shell command to list tags for one repo in docker registry

echo curl https://bianxi:$PASSWORD@${registry}/v2/${repo}/tags/list

Sample output


Get digest for tag

Get digest by pull image

docker pull registry.bx.net/bianxi/heart/dnsmasq:20210624

Sample output

20210624: Pulling from bianxi/heart/dnsmasq
22b5d63ad977: Already exists
8e2e66517d7e: Pull complete
Digest: sha256:7535af1f65524f9200b901fc31b9c779819e45c0502ef99605666842a319908f

Verify digest

curl https://bianxi:$PASSWORD@registry.bx.net/v2/bianxi/heart/dnsmasq/manifests/sha256:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
curl -v --silent -H "Accept: application/vnd.docker.distribution.manifest.v2+json" -X GET https://bianxi:$PASSWORD@registry.bx.net/v2/bianxi/heart/dnsmasq/manifests/20210624 2>&1 | grep Docker-Content-Digest | awk '{print ($3)}'

Delete local repo

docker rmi registry.bx.net/bianxi/heart/dnsmasq:<tag>

Delete tag

curl -X DELETE https://bianxi:$PASSWORD@registry.bx.net/v2/bianxi/heart/dnsmasq/manifests/sha256:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Run garbage-collect

docker exec registry bin/registry garbage-collect --delete-untagged /etc/docker/registry/config.yml

Restart registry if necessary

docker restart registry