Hi, My laptop "died" recently and to get back to work as quickly as possible I simply took the laptop ide drive and put it into an old desktop using a 2.5" -> 3.5" ide adapter. After loading a few new drivers into the kernel everything is working quite well.
The next thing I've tried to do, without success, is mirror the contents of the 2.5" drive to a 3.5" drive in the desktop. The 2.5" drive is sliced/partitioned like this: Filesystem Size Mounted on /dev/ad0s2a 989M / /dev/ad0s2d 989M /tmp /dev/ad0s2f 59G /usr /dev/ad0s2e 989M /var ad0s1 is a 20GB slice that I have window installed on. The drive's total capacity is 80G. The 3.5" drive is only 70G so I'll have to skip the ad0s1 slice. Ideally what I'd like to do is copy everything from the ad0s2 slice to the 3.5" and run the OS off that drive. Then, each dump the contents of the 3.5" drive to the 2.5" drive. That way if either drive dies I'll, hopefully at worst, just have to switch which drive I boot from. Can anyone with experience doing something this make suggestions? Thanks, Joey _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"