1558: Mounting Images in Acronis True Image Server for Linux or Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Server for Linux

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How to mount images in Acronis True Image Server for Linux or Acronis Backup & Recovery 10

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Acronis True Image Server for Linux or Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Server for Linux can mount partition images, thus letting you access them as though they were physical drives. This means that you will be able to use a virtual disk in the same way as a real one: open, save, copy, move, create, delete files or folders. If necessary, the image can be mounted in the read-only mode.

The product can mount an image archive only if all its volumes reside in the same directory. If your archive spans several CD-R/RW discs and you wish to mount an image, you should copy all volumes to a hard disk drive or network drive.


If you are working in the GUI interface, you may mount images for read/write access using the Mount Image tool.

In the command line interface, the product mounts created images using the 'trueimagemnt' utility:

More information

If there is any issue with mounting a backup archive, contact Acronis Customer Central along with the following information:

  • Reference to this article;
  • Detailed description of the steps that lead to the issue;
  • Any error messages or outputs of the commands you used;
  • Linux System Report.


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