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Automatic Snapshots of VM
Category : Web Design

Is there a way to automatically create snapshots of a virtual machine in azure?
Im not a developer and I dont want to write code to access an API, etc.
Its pretty easy to do in Amazon EC2, its just a checkbox.
Im just looking for a simple process to create a daily snapshot or backup of my VM.
How do other people do it?


Thanks


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Ivy and Snapshots (Nexus)
Category : Development Tools & Services

I'm using ant, ivy and nexus repo manager to build and store my artifacts. I managed to get everything working: dependency resolution and publishing. Until I hit a problem... (of course!).


I was publishing to a 'release' repo in nexus, which is locked to 'disable redeploy' (even if you change the setting to 'allow redeploy' (really lame UI there imo). You can imagine how pissed off


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TAGS : Snapshots Nexus

How Can You Look at the Snapshots You Took on Skype?
Category : Computers
Skype lets you take snapshots. These snapshots may either be of yourself via the camera on your computer or of a contact during a video chat. While taking the snapshots is as simple as clicking a single button, viewing them later is a different story. Your Skype snapshots are not, by default, located in a straightforward location such as your "Pictures" folder. Instead, you must go on a bit of a h

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How to Export ESX VM With Snapshots
Category : Computers
The VMWare ESX Server does not ship with an easy method of exporting virtual machines (VMs) with snapshots. However, VMWare does provide a free, stand-alone tool that will export your ESX VMs with snapshots. The VMWare vCenter Converter is available from the download.VMWare.com website. The converter application converts the virrtual machine files into backup VMs, or the converter will convert th

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How to define Snapshots in NES
Category : Programming Languages

How or where can I define when a snapshot should be taken.
In NCQRS there is a class that defines the frequency. Is there a similar concept with NES or do I implement it myself? If so, where is the best place to call is to take a snapshot?


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TAGS : define Snapshots

Restoration from snapshots in virtualbox
Category : Programming Languages

I am using virtual box and maintaining a regular back by taking snapshots and storing it in an external hard disk.Now the system in which my virtual box was installed have crashed. How can i recover my last work from the snapshots that have stored in the external hard disk.


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Database row snapshots/revisions
Category : Databases

I am looking for a suitable process by which to keep revisions, or snapshots of rows (and their relations) in a database.


Take for example an eCommerce platform-


A customer creates an order. The order is associated with a billing address and a delivery address.
Said customer then changes the address in their address book in their profile.
The address should not ch

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Problems with Windows EC2 snapshots
Category : Development Tools & Services

I am getting serious access problems every single time I take a Windows snapshot from the EC2 console. After taking the snapshot neither the original machine, nor the images snapshot, are avaialable. And by this I mean that there is no RDP, HTTP or HTTPS connectivity, all of which were accessible ports before the snapshot. There is nothing to explain why this error occurs, as the sys logs are e


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PowerCLI Snapshots Array
Category : Network & Servers

Slightly stumped right now and was wondering if the community could give me that quick boost to help me continue with a program I'm working.


At one point in the program that I'm working on, I'm trying to get the 6 newest elements from an array. I want to put the snapshot variable inside of an array in order to get all the snapshots inside of an array. Here's the part of the code tha


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PostgreSQL and Amazon EBS Snapshots?
Category : Databases

I found this article explaining how to run MySQL on Amazon EC2. It talks about using XFS as the filesystem and then leveraging EBS snapshots to create backups of the data. Does anyone know if I can do something similar using PostgreSQL? Are there changes to the SQL commands to FLUSH and LOCK the tables? Thanks!


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