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- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
i like to perform full root disk restore.
i found something like i must to restore / file system from backup on a new disk,because of open files on /.
Note: Try to avoid the unconditional overwrite of the root directory on a live file system. This is a mechanism that allows an unconditional overwrite of open files in the root directory (/) on a live file system. Performing such a restore can result in an inconsistent system that may also fail to boot. Use this option AT YOUR OWN RISK.
if my host where i like to restore / ,has no user activity then how safe is to restore from backup / on / mounted on its default root disk?