I want to migrate a file system containing multiple jails from a small drive to a large (RAID-1) array. I want to do this with minimal downtime.
Simply shutting down the jails and using dump/restore to move the file system takes too long, but what if I do it in several steps like this: 1. "dump -0 -L -f - /usr/jails | restore -rf -" to dump the live file system at level 0 2. shut down the jails 3. unmount the original file system 4. "dump -1 -f - /usr/jails | restore -rf -" to dump any changes since the first dump 5. remount the new file system in the proper location 6. restart the jails This should work, right? Or am I missing something? (One of the jails is a mysql server, the rest are www servers.) /Daniel Eriksson _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"