[CentOS] Help! i want to clone my Centos machine to another box..

DTS-Corp (Knowledgebase) mlists_subs at dts-int.com
Thu Oct 22 19:24:05 UTC 2009


Acronis, with a little SALT and PEPPER may do the trick.

However after running acronis you would have to do an OS Repair.

Sorry, that is for windows.

CentOS on the other hand should be able to CLUSTER.

Why not try to cluster it instead

On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 11:30 AM, R-Elists <lists07 at abbacomm.net> wrote:

>  roland,
>
> what i recently did was use this info and modified the backup-servers
> script slightly
>
> http://www.jms1.net/code/rsync-backup.shtml
>
> it was really simple to move a live centos4 from one machine to another
> after admin down services that would allow data to change on the final rsync
> pass.
>
> one machine was an older compaq DL380 and the new machine was a HP DL360
>
> basically i did a centos 4 load on the new machine and paid careful
> attention to what needs to be excluded as well as changed before and
> afterwards
>
> things like  /etc/modprobe.conf
>
> then change ips and reboot.
>
> the having two servers side by side thing is a different set of
> circumstances and setup...
>
> we just cloned one to the other and took the original machine offline.
>
> if you have a lot of linux experience and cannot figure out the step by
> step, post what you did to "try" and accomplish it and then we can help more
> later
>
> please be specific in your postings
>
>  - rh
>
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