Hi all, Some time ago I used Windows XP and Acronis True Image tool to create the snapshot the WinOS. All was good! I used two partition (C:\ and D:\) in my Os. On D:\ slice I stored personal data, work data and others informations. On C:\ I installed WinOS and configure it the "ideal", after used Acronis True Image and create snapshot C:\ slice. If after this my system broken (virus attack, bad software, curved hands or others) I reinstall my system of my snapshot (of 15-20 minutes). Now I use FreeBSD 9.0. RC-2 but Acronis True Image do not work of UFS/ZFS file system. And snapshot idea intresting for me. I partition my HDD to next structure: /bot, /, SWAP, /var, /tmp, /usr, /home. Now I have idea: 1. Boot from USB/CD FreeBSD Lite. 2. Mount external HDD. 3. One by one mount sections (/, /var, /usr, /home) and create snapshot for it (use tar archivers). And if after this my system be broken, I recreate all slices and retar my snapshot to the desired section. (Slices /boot, SWAP, /tmp I create hand method). How you think, It's good method? If not - why not? (and recomend your method, please). Thank you! *** P.S. snapshot will be made to the same computer. (sorry for my English) - for different computers different snapshots.