Re: Okay to clone drive to larger size drive?
From: Ohmster (notareal_at_emailaddress.com)
Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 01:17:49 GMT
paulSPAM@paulsherwin.co.uk (Paul Sherwin) wrote in news:4253fc6d.8448067
> However, there's no reason why you can't add another drive and mount
> it as /var/ftp, just as you did with /home. This will be quicker and
> easier than cloning the whole root disk - less chance of disaster too.
4 IDEs used up. 2 hard disks, one cdrom, one zip drive. I would rather just
add the ftp drive but have no IDE room left. If I clone the drive to a
larger drive, will the system boot or will I have to boot to a redhat CD as
"linux single" and then do something with grub, if so, what to do with
grub? Thanks for your help.
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