Mounting an LVM-based NTFS Partition on the Linux Host

I use LVM or “Logical Volume Manager” for all my storage needs. LVM provides a layer of abstraction between physical storage devices (such as hard drives or SSDs) and the file systems that are created on them. Among the file systems are also NTFS partitions that I created under Microsoft Windows 10. Here I share a little BASH script that mounts an LVM-based NTFS partition on the Linux host.

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Remote Backup Script for Windows NTFS Partitions on LVM Volumes

Linux bash script to mount and backup / synchronize a Windows 10 partition inside a LVM volume to a remote backup server using rsync and SSH

I run the bash script below to backup my Windows NTFS partitions residing on LVM volumes to a remote backup server. It uses SSH and public key authentication to authenticate at the remote side.

The script mounts an NTFS partition inside a LVM raw volume. It performs a file-based backup using rsync. It is NOT suitable for system backups!

Please carefully read the “Requirements”, “How it Works”, and “Usage” sections before attempting to use it.

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