blindlemon said:mfsbackup -Tao - /dev/hdX | mfsrestore -s 400 -r4 -xzpi - /dev/hdY
BTW, -r 4 bug is fixed in the latest MFSLive Boot CD.
You no longer have to use -r 4 value for any partition greater than 274GB and it might be better to use the default value (-r 2) for Series 1.
Copykern doesn't affect whether the whole drive is used or not - that depends on doing the upgrade using a LBA48-aware boot CD. COpykern just copies the LBA48 kernel so that when the TiVo OS tries to use part of the drive past 137gb it will actually do somerlin said:Yes, I did run the copykern...
But how do I known that the whole 400Gb Drive is being used?
blindlemon, or anyone.blindlemon said:mfsbackup -Tao - /dev/hdX | mfsrestore -s 400 -r4 -xzpi - /dev/hdY
where hdX is your source and hdY your target drive. Then run copykern to install the LBA48 kernel and initialise the swap
Aaarrgh! That is definitely the -F option!You will need to re-run the backup->restore though....