how to do a live migration of a freebsd box to another box
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Mon Jul 6 01:25:17 UTC 2009
Am Sonntag, 05. Jul 2009, 18:18:03 +0200 schrieb insrc:
> - as the UFS write support is still experimental in the Linux kernel, it
> seems that i've to use a BSD liveCD but i can't find one :-/ I heard about
> frenzy ( http://frenzy.org.ua/en/ ) but the homepage says that the project
> is no longer maintained !
There is a livefs with the original ISO images:
I further found DesktopBSD but I didn't try that.
I strongly recommend that you build yourself an USB stick.
Here's what you need to do:
I went forth, chrooted into the stick and installed Vim, some
diagnose/repair tools and an XFCE. I even managed to install Grub
and let the user switch the boot process back to the hard disk.
Further, I made a second partition named "transfer" formatted with
FAT so that I can write some data from a Windows to it.
I look enviously at the Grml project and I find it a great pity
that there is no BSD equivalent.
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