I have a situation where I have a HipChat server which was rebooted, and now will not re-start. I have found that it seems grub was damaged, however I have not been able to repair grub after multiple tries and different techniques from different sources. I was able to get my grub error message to go away by booting into a live ubuntu cd, mounting file system, chroot to it, re-install grub, etc, all to no avail. The other sysadmin here told me that he had made a backup of everything, so I tried searching the file system for a file ending in tar.gz.aes to no avail.
My question really is, is there a local script in the file system that I can execute in order to back everything up? Or would I need to have the system actually booted and running in order to run a backup. Also if anyone has any advice about fixing my booting problems that would be greatly appreciated, as that would solve all my issues. Currently I am running HipChat 2.0 appliance on Citrix Xenserver.
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