dd as an imaging solution.
dom at helenmarks.co.uk
Mon Feb 5 10:18:10 UTC 2007
On Sat, 03 Feb 2007 19:43:42 -0500
Sean Bryant <sbryant at elgia.com> wrote:
> Several months ago I was using Freesbie 1.x to dd a harddrive across the
> network as a drive duplication effort. This worked 7 computers got the
> image. I'm trying to do this again so I got the new Freesbie release 2.0
> and fired it up across the computers and tried something simple such as:
> dd if=/dev/ad0 bs=1m | nc othercomputer 10000 on the image provider
> nc -l 10000 | dd of=/dev/ad0 bs=1m on the computer to receive the image.
> I received an operation not permitted. My first thought was they must be
> mounted. a quick check, and it seems they weren't.
> Next, am I really root? And sure enough I was. After a bit of discussion
> in #freesbie on freenode got me to set kern.geom.debugflags to 16 and I
> was able to write to ad0 like I had previously done. Yet when I tried to
> write to an individual slice I was presented with the same error.
> Anyone have any clue ? The eventual goal is to have a mass imaging all
> at once with dd, nc and tee
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