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Re: SATA Driver Image Partition



Hi Dag, I give you all data that I've, I'm using a Red Hat Enterprise 4 on a Server HP ML150 with 2 Hard Drives Maxtor of 250gb and a 1 GB Ram. When I started with Knoppix to use QTParted, Knoppix doesn't show me the sda1 and sda2... same with Ubuntu 5.10. When I started partimage from Knoppix does not show my Hard Drives. I don't know what happend, when bios start up look for SCSI drives and found it, Healthy. No error is showed in any time..

The topics is that, Time ago the configuration was LMV, but one of the Volumes crash down and I'could not repair it. I lost all the configuration. After lookup for information about the problem I realize that many users were unhappy using LVM, cause is very difficult to recover. "They said" that was better to make partitions manually and make frecuently backup of image partitions. Well, that's my spot now, I reinstall the Red Hat and now I wanna to make this partitions backup but can't see it ! My disk configurations:
sda1     100 mb    boot
sda2      20 gb    /
sda3       4 gb    swap
sda5     200 gb    home
sda6 15 gb var
sdb1       4 gb    swap
sdb2 (no partition yet - reseved for partition backups) I don't know if is enought info ? Thks Dag Wieers writes:
On Wed, 31 May 2006, gjmlinux softhome net wrote:
Hi, I've a problem trying to make a Partition Image. I've a Red Hat EL 4 / HP ML150 - 2 HD Maxtor Serial ATA - 1 Gb RAM I test differents software but anyone recognize the HD, Tested Gparted /Partimage / QTParted. I try other distros like Knoppix 3.9 and Ubuntu 5.10. Could someone give me a clue ?

What tools are you using ? What problem do you see ? Why would anyone bother to help you if you don't give us any clue to what is happening, what software you're using or what you already looked for ?
Kind regards,
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