Wojciech Puchar wrote:
no. it will work


You can use rdump this way, I have done it many many times to "clone" a server from one piece of hardware to another.
but don't forget to bsdlabel -B then



Boot with a live filesystem CD on the target machine
Mount your partitions under /mnt/ufs.1, /mnt/ufs.2, /mnt/ufs.3 (etc)
The trick is the live CD. You setup the drives/partitions first. You mount them ready to go on the target machine before you rdump.

DAve

Then rdump from the source machine
Edit your conf files
Reboot

Easy as pie ;^)

DAve

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