This is the command faum-mergecow that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
faum-mergecow - Tool for merging copy-on-write files
faum-mergecow lets you merge the changes recorded in the copy-on-write file with the data
on the (untouched, because of copy-on-write) original media. This can be useful for
testing first with copy-on-write and then finalizing everything by merging the changes
back into the original media.
The first parameter is the filename of the original media. The map file and the
copy-on-write data will be found by appending .map and .cow. (usually this will be
ide-#/unit-#/media in your virtual machine directory).
The second parameter file is the name of the file which will contain the merged data. This
file can directly be used as media for virtual machines. Make sure there is enough room on
your filesystem for this file!
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