I need tips on how to move my OMV setup to a new server

  • Hi,
    This is my first time doing something like this and I am not sure where to begin.

    1. I want to move my omv configuration from my actual server to the new one. (Not the same HDD)
    2. I want to move my 2 sets of RAID5 data disks from the old machine to the new one. (same HDDs)

    How can I do that so that I don't lose any of my data and configuration?
    I searched the forum, but could not really find a thread covering this particular case. The only infos I found were about how to swap the main system HDD in a machine.

    Thank you!

  • Well, thank you! My long time use of microsoft products has alienated me.

    But now you are on the right way, son. May the force be with you. ;) (Sorry, couldn't resist)
    It _might_ be possible that you run into driver issues if the hardware is brandnew or somehow very special. I would choose a hardware which is supported by Debian Wheezy and you should be on the safe side.

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  • If you are running the backports 3.16 kernel, there is very little hardware that wouldn't be supported.

    You never have to apologize for using a Jedi line... :)

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