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Jul
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comment Clone a Red Hat RAID as part of a disaster recovery plan
I agree completely. There are already backups being performed and taken offsite. This would be to give as instantaneous of a recovery as possible the idea is to have a bit for bit copy in the same server for a manual fail over that would be as quick as one of us going down to the restaurant. The head admin is very adamant about having this sort of recovery. I already suggested the same method as you but the admin was less than receptive.
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Sep
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comment How to clone a failing Server 2008 R2 hard drive before it's too late
@MikeyB NO lol! I can handle this was looking for alternatives as the disk is very unstable.
Sep
27
comment How to clone a failing Server 2008 R2 hard drive before it's too late
All this involves a reboot or moving the drive to another machine... any way to grab the active directory data and group policy info? put that on a newly built server..?
Sep
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comment How to clone a failing Server 2008 R2 hard drive before it's too late
I am not responsable for what happened. I am here to fix it. I am in such shock I turned to community for help and pity....
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Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
THAT WAS IT! Thanks! Just completed successfully in a remote session. Gota get on site to test if when we remove the drive this all boots up again normally. I will mark correct when that happens. Thanks for this!
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
Any ideas @Chris S? Would you like a screenshot? Really feel we are so close and its a tiny typo causing the error but tried to modify the line many different ways with no success :(
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
No i am running in a CMD. There is not GUID its just Identifier {bootmgr} I do see ones that show the GUID but those are already C:... Any Ideas what I am doing wrong? I can give screenshots if you feel it would help. Thanks for the help @Chris S
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
Tried a whole bunch of modifications to that line and I am still getting the same error :(
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
When I do: C:\Windows\system32>bcdedit -store c:\boot\BCD -set {bootmgr} osdevice partition =c: I get this output The element data type specified is not recognized, or does not apply to the specified entry.
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
No worries. I will test tonight and let you know. Thanks for this!
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
Made a big mess in the C: drive as well
Jun
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comment Server 2008 R2 requires 2 disks to boot
Command is invalid.. H:\Boot>bcdedit -store C:\boot -import C:\bcd.backup The store import command is invalid. Run "bcdedit /?" for command line assistance. The parameter is incorrect. SO I tried... H:\Boot>bcdedit -import C:\bcd.backup The operation completed successfully. Still no \BCD... :(