I have a SBS 2008 with the OS on a 160GB drive that is starting to fail and 4 x 2 TB drives in RAID 5 for storage. The C: drive is starting to say there is file corruption, and last week the server was rebooted and booted to a blinking cursor. After repairing the MBR and BCD it came back online. However while it was down we ran chkdsk /f and it returned ZERO errors. Very odd as event viewer and the failing to boot indicates there is corruption.
I am concerned if the server reboots again it will not come back online yet again. Can anyone please suggest a method to clone, while server is online, the 160GB C: drive to either a 500 GB drive I've purchased, or ideally I'd like to put it on an 80 GB solid state I purchased as the C: drive is only using 50/160GB. But really I just want to get the OS on another drive ASAP.
We have a storagecraft backup solution and the backups were shot due to the file corruption on the C: drive. Again an online cloning solution that will not be compromised by existing file corruption.
Thank you in advance.