Rép. : Re: [K12OSN] Disk image
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Thu Feb 14 21:34:21 UTC 2008
Correct, it's sata. Anyway I tried renaming the hda references in the
image files to sda and it very nearly worked. Clonezilla freezes up at
almost 100% completion.
I may well end up doing a fresh install, but want to give the image
transfer approach a shot just to satisfy my curiosity.
... but it's not working as advertised, yet.
> I believe that sda would be a SATA drive and not a SCSI drive.
> >>> Les Mikesell les at futuresource.com> 2008-02-14 15:12:50 >>
> <mailto:les at futuresource.com%3E%202008-02-14%2015:12:50%20%3E%3E>
> ... Problem is the image was created as /dev/hda and the new
> > server is /dev/sda. Clonezilla doesn't provide an obvious way of
> > changing the device name in the interface.
> > Any ideas on how to tackle this?
> I think if you look in the directory where clonezilla stored the image
> you'll find a file with the device name in an obvious form - or you can
> hand-create the partitions and tell clonezilla to restore partitions
> instead of the disk. However, the bigger problem is that to boot from a
> scsi disk you need the appropriate driver module included in your initrd
> image. There are ways to do this, but it might be easier to do a clean
> install and copy the content you need to keep over.
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