I have a Novell server 4.11 that has two SCSI drives. (there is two hard drives in the machine)
#1 is SYS
#2 is VOL1
#2 is just about filled and I would like to replace it with a larger hardrive. What is the easiest method of doing this? I have a copy of Ghost 2000 personal edition to do this or what is the best tool for the job?
I am pretty sure that SYS has all of the printer que and the like is on SYS
Do you have a tape backup on this system? Backing up the volume, deleting the old volume, creating the new, larger volume and restoring the data and trustee rights to the new, larger volume would be your
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