I was SUN Solaris Admin. In Solaris environment, if your disk drive is failed and you have to replace it with a new one, you simply plug in the new disk drive, boot the system from a Solaris CD, partition the new disk drive, and then you can start restore the system file systems.
Can somebody tell me if there is a way to do this in Linux environment?
boot system either from a CD or a floppy and restore system filesystems?
To my kownledge, you can boot SCO Unix from a floppy.
Thanks a lot!