Il giorno mer, 16/09/2009 alle 22.03 +0200, André Gillibert ha scritto:
snapshot is not a good choise for me. I want to have an identical copy
(like dd) on another identical disk, for fast recovery in case of
Then, create a short-lived snapshot, dd the snapshot to the other disk, andthen, remove the snapshot.
Another no good approach.
In this way I loose everything appens to disk between the moment in
which I take the snap and the time in which dd end. I think at least 6/7
The good and most secure way is to mirror disks. In this way all blocks
are replicated, all I/O are replicated and disks are syncronized when I
shutdown the OS.
I will shutdown in a few moments and start an offline dd. Is the last
I hope it end fast
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