SCSI Shock Advice !
imoore at picknowl.com.au
Tue Sep 21 00:14:00 PDT 2004
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On Tue, 21 Sep 2004 09:01, Graham Bentley wrote:
> Thanks for replies, however I need advise
> on cloning the IDE to the SCSI disc.
> G4U did not finish correctly and once
> I had made changes to fstab and booted
> the fs I got some pretty severe errors.
> /usr was inaccessible and I ended up
> using Freesbie to re-edit fstab to get
> a booting system.
> I think the problem is that the SCSI
> disc is 38GB (only 1.7GB used) and
> the IDE is 40GB.
> What is the best / safest way to do
> a dis clone in this case?
> Thanks again
> Custom PC North West
> Open Source Solutions
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Have a look at the FAQ:
Basically, you just dump each partition, piping dump's output to restore. This
will copy everything across, including device files etc.
Then edit /etc/fstab to point the partitions to /dev/da??? instead
of /dev/ad??? for each partition.
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