full.restore Definition/General

full.restore

Command full.restore Definition/General
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Category General (155)
Description is used as the opposite of a "full save" or "file-save". A "full restore" is the process of reloading the entire file system from either a file-save tape or from the original sys-gen media provided with your system.

The full restore is usually performed from the "options" prompt, where the choices are typically: "a" for ABS load, "f" for full restore, or "x" to coldstart.
Syntax
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Purpose
Related tcl.file-save
tcl.save
tcl.restore-accounts
filename.restore-errors
modulo.def
restore