There is a machine running Lenny without raid. It does pose a problem in case of HDD failure. Safety plan was like this: Install Lenny on clean disk of same properties, then copy/replace all the backed-up files from previous disk over the freshly installed Debian. It should work, at least I was told so while ago.
But I only have netinst of Debian Lenny. My best guess, there won't be working mirrors for old Lenny anymore. I thought about downloading full installation upfront, being ready, but it's 31 ISO files. I can't really imagine feeding them all to machine, when I'm in hurry to get the machine back to work.
Is there any blu-ray/USB stick version or other way to install debian from single spot? (all the files have to be on drive) All I was able to found so far is 31x CD ISO files and I'm not sure if it's even possible to repack that on different medium.