It looks like it copied okay. You can run mfsinfo on the new drive to verify the structure. If it checks out, then I would boot it up. I do recommend rebooting it and running a Kickstart 58 on it.Thank you all for weighing in. I haven't gotten to ddrescue yet as last night I did figure out the stupid syntax and started the copy which completed in the last hour -without copy errors- what? Now granted it was a copy from a failing drive that had errors and had to slow down the transfer a few times early in, but wow…. Attached image is the entire log. So what should I try….
1) The original to backup data, if it boots. Extra careful route? Shouldn't hurt anything unless my drive scan or mfstools setting the boot drive as 3 if it wasn't makes tivo think it is a Different drive. Of course if that then the copy will also be screwed.
2) Go for it, I have a copy on a good drive. It will work or not, right? If it doesn't, maybe neither does the old drive.
3) DDrescue copy it. Is that a better image (If the drive doesn't fail on the copy)? Of can I trust the fabulous mfttools since it completed without reported errors?
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