Mount Mirrored Disks on New Computer

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Hi everyone,

I wanted to mount my mirror on my new system. Please help me how to do it. Here is some information I need to share with you so that you could help me do it. The Disk A has an OS failed.

It requires a replacement and reinstallation of Windows Server 2003 R2. The disks B and C are mirrored on the field machine. What I wanted to do is mount my mirrored disks B and C on my new system. How do I do that?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #103760

Mount Mirrored Disks on New Computer

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To mount the mirrors to a new system, you will need to first prepare the installation media as follows:

  • You will need to download the medium you want to use from the favorite mirror of your choice.
  • You will need to download the following: iso/<release>/sha1sums.txt.
  • You will need to make sure that the integrity of the .iso image by the use of sha1sum as follows:
  • sha1sum –check sha1sums.txt.
  • archlinux-XXX.iso: OK.
  • After that, you will need to burn the ISO image to a CD-R or CD-RW or you can burn it to a USB mass storage device, for instance a thumb drive by the use of dd or similar raw-write software as follows:
  • dd if=archlinux-XXX.iso of=/dev/sdX.

You should be sure that you are using /dev/sdX and not /dev/sdX1, which is a command that will irrevocably delete all files on your USB stick, and therefore you will need to make sure that the USN device has no important files first.

Clair Charles.

Answered By 0 points N/A #103761

Mount Mirrored Disks on New Computer

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Thank you so much for helping me on how to mount my mirror on my new system.

Great help.

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