James Pifer wrote:
> Attempted to do this using netcat + ssh and here's my next problem. The
> CentOS server is using LVM, so instead of getting an img file of around
> 8 gig that I expected, I got one that is 18 gig, or the size of the LV.
> I tried it anyway and I get a valid boot sector not found.
> Any suggestions?
Don't do netcat, create a fresh PV with the same installed packages
as on the old machine and copy the configuration of the old server
that is pertinent. You could look at creating a kickstart file to
have those packages installed during the initial install, or just
install base/core and add in by hand the missing packages via yum.
For data partitions like /home you can do a dump, sftp, and restore.
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