Hard Drive backup
I am replacing 2 machines
1 - OpenBSD (single drive)
Webserver, SMTP Gateway, Dhcp Server
1 - linux (currently has a hardware RAID) card
Email server for 10 users
1 - OpenBSD box, with 2 disks to do the same task.
I know that OpenBSD does not support "Root on Raid" as of yet.
What is the best way to "mirror" the primary disk so that in case of
disk failure I can just move the second disk to the primary and then
use it ?
This would be a manual process , not looking for any automatic fail over
I have considered just loading the OS on each disk then putting the second on
as a slave disk and then just rsyncing the changes over to it..
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