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Image Linux box with software mirror using Acronis Backup and Recovery

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I have a Debian Linux box with a software mirror using mdadm.  I would like to image this machine and restore it to the same hardware using Acronis backup and recovery.  Has anyone had any success imaging a linux box with a software mirror?  Every time I have restored the image I created (same hardware) I get a unable to boot error.
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KevinSchmaltz earned 1500 total points
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I have never had any luck using Acronis if your looking for a free imaging software try http://clonezilla.org/ or my personal recomendation paragon http://www.paragon-software.com/home/dc-professional/ its not that expensive at $40.
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Thanks for the tip.
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