I have an Intel server, which has it's two SATA HDD's in "Intel Embedded Server RAID Technology 5.4"
RAID1 volume. How to proceed with a system image in case two of those SATA HDD's fail at the same time? Should one take the first HDD of RAID1 volume, connect it to another machine and execute:
* HDD from the problematic RAID1 volume would be recognised as /dev/sda1 behind new machine
# ddrescue /dev/sda1 /media/External/image_of_first_hdd /media/External/log_of_first_hdd
* /media/External/ is a mount point for large external HDD in the new machine
* log_of_first_hdd would be the log file
..and then take the second HDD to another machine and execute:
# ddrescue /dev/sda1 /media/External/image_of_second_hdd /media/External/log_of_second_hdd
Any suggestions how to make system image using ddrescue
in case disks are in "Intel Embedded Server RAID Technology 5.4"