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Tue Sep 29 00:07:33 UTC 2009
2009/9/28 Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de>
> On Mon, 28 Sep 2009 01:14:44 -0500, Chris <racerx at makeworld.com> wrote:
> > Please suggest a cloning method comparable to Clonezilla.
> For FreeBSD, I'd tend to use dump + restore, because that's
> their main purpose.
> > Clonezilla does a nice job with OS's other than *BSD (It uses dd (iirc))
> > and that takes forever (at least when cloning - have not tried a
> > restore).
> You haven't tried restoring? You should, it's worth it, because
> what's the value of a backup that cannot be restored? :-)
> > Some specs I'm using to compare: A typical restore/save currently with
> > other OS's using CloneZ takes about 12 minutes with a simple boot from
> > CD.
> > The restored/imaged drive is 400 meg sata.
> Well, dump + restore isn't known for ultimate performance, but
> its results are good; dd, on the other hand, is another possible
> way to go. The advantage of dd is that it can be used with any
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If your going to do all the partitoning manually its not to much more work
to newfs them as well. You can then use rsync which is fast. Make sure you
use good flags though, the following should do the job
rsync -aPH --numeric-ids
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