[CentOS] [Slightly OT] Data Preservation
mailinglists at MailNewsRSS.com
Fri Oct 2 20:45:51 UTC 2009
So I have 5 1U servers (running Windows) that have Ultra 320 SCSI
Drives in them.
The owner of these boxes wants the drives captured in their current
states to .iso or .cdr or something where if the need arises the data
can be viewed, used again, etc.
So what is the best approach? Boot from a Live CD, hook up a USB
external HD and do what? Can I create a .iso or .cdr (or some other
portable format) and have it created on the external USB?
Thoughts on this process would be appreciated.
More information about the CentOS