On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Daniels Vanags
<daniels.van...@smpbank.lv>wrote:

>
>
>   Unable to successfully dump | restore over ssh. Source machine
> FreeBSD 6.2, disk /dev/mirror/gm0s1a,
>
>  target machine FreeBSD 6.2, target disk /dev/ad1s1a mounted on /mnt.
>
>  Run dump -0aLf - / | ssh ip_address ''cd /mnt/ && cat | restore - rf
> -'',  dump/restore goes without any errors.


dump L0af - / | ssh ip_addr '(cd /mnt; restore -rf -)'


>  Fstab fixed, but system failure to boot: BTX halted.


You could either do bdslabel -B or use sysinstall to do the same. Only you
mount the slice to /, set bootable and softupdates, then chane the mount
point to /mnt before you "W" to commit.




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