Good question, and as Ronnie has already offered some great guidance, I just wanted to circle back to the rsync option for a moment, as you can also use it to accomplish what you want to do. You would want to check into the -include and -exclude parameters for use with rsync. You can see a little more about them here:
While not as "easy" to use as apt-mirror, these parameters would allow you to achieve the same result.
Just in case you were looking for different options.
After studying with N10-006 materials for some time I used the ExamCram N10-007 book to help me learn the additional subjects of the N10-007 exam.
The advantage I found with using 006 material is that they have been around long enough that any errata have been released into the wild while the new 007 material will still be in its first printing.
It paid off as I passed the New 007 exam on my first try with a score of 859.
The BCP is the entire business process of recovering (or continuing) after a disaster (typically owned by the business - aka not IT) and the DRP, which is a subset of the BCP, is owned by IT and involves the recovery of business critical IT systems.
So the easiest way I would differentiate BCP and DRP is ownership; BCP is owned (typically) by the business and DRP is owned by IT.
Sorry about the delay here. The best bet now is that something has corrupted but try rebooting to recovery mode from the internet ( cmd +opt+R) this is a longer process but it should fix it if the disk is not physically damaged.
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