Re: dd command question

We have been using "tar" untill now. Problem we have is NFS failover
(that's what 2 disks for). We got bunch of server running(bin are in
those disk) from a NFS server and when it failover (loses handle) to
other disk, some of them need to reboot to get Access NFS again.
Any thouhgt (thx for reply everyone anyway)?


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