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Old 09-26-2005, 02:25 PM
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Server 10.4 - Clone to larger drive

Hi,

We've got a 10.4.2 server with a small (80gb) System drive. I've bought a 400gb and put it into the second bay inside the server.
Will SuperDuper be able to clone my system drive onto the larger drive so that I can chuck out the smaller drive (I'll then populate the spare bay with another 400gb).

The reason I ask is that I recently tried to do this with carbon copy cloner and although the new image would boot it kept on bombing out with load of permissions errors.

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Julian
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Old 09-26-2005, 02:50 PM
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It certainly should, Julian. Make sure you name the drives the *same* before swapping/booting -- that's very important.

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