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<BODY style="MARGIN: 4px 4px 1px; FONT: 10pt Tahoma">I believe that sda would be a SATA drive and not a SCSI drive.<BR><BR>>>> Les Mikesell <A href="mailto:email@example.com> 2008-02-14 15:12:50 >>">firstname.lastname@example.org> 2008-02-14 15:12:50 >></A><BR>
<DIV style="COLOR: #000000">... Problem is the image was created as /dev/hda and the new <BR>> server is /dev/sda. Clonezilla doesn't provide an obvious way of <BR>> changing the device name in the interface.<BR>> <BR>> Any ideas on how to tackle this?<BR><BR>I think if you look in the directory where clonezilla stored the image <BR>you'll find a file with the device name in an obvious form - or you can <BR>hand-create the partitions and tell clonezilla to restore partitions <BR>instead of the disk. However, the bigger problem is that to boot from a <BR>scsi disk you need the appropriate driver module included in your initrd <BR>image. There are ways to do this, but it might be easier to do a clean <BR>install and copy the content you need to keep over.<BR><BR>-- <BR> Les Mikesell<BR> email@example.com<BR><BR>_______________________________________________<BR>K12OSN mailing list<BR>K12OSN@redhat.com<BR><A href="h!
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