A couple of months ago, I spent a couple of weeks compiling and configuring the latest FBSD, apache, perl, qmail and the bazzilion modules, patches and addon apps that go with all of it on an existing server, and ironing out all the upgrade issues that entailed.
Since then, due to apparent hardware problems with that server, I just put together a new server using new hardware. The old hardware was dual P-III, Adaptec SCSI RAID 1 The new hardware is single Xeon, LSI SAS RAID 1 Both running 6.2-Prerelease. Is there any reason I shouldn't just copy all of /usr and /var from the old server, or do I really need to compile everything anew and sort out any simlinks to other file systems? Please copy me directly, since I am no subscribed TIA! James Smallacombe Internet Access for The Delaware [EMAIL PROTECTED] Valley in PA, NJ and DE PlantageNet Internet Ltd. http://www.pil.net ========================================================================= _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"