Porting from one server to another
Currently got some apps running on an old Sunfire V240 which we are
replacing with a T2000.
Is there any easy way to port directly onto the new server? For
instance, ufsdump/ufsrestore onto the new disks.
I'd imagine this would cause problems booting the new server (since
its different hardware)? I vaguely remember there is a way around
Or is complete re-install easier?
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