Re: copying root partition
Nathan E Norman wrote:
> : When you copy an entire file system with cp -ax it skips any
> : separate file systems, and doesn't even copy the mount points. So
> : after copying, you have to check the directories that contained the
> : mount points, and create them in the new system. I prefer to unmount
> : as many separate files systems as possible before running cp -ax.
I assume that on the new root partition, you have to manually create the
/proc directory (mount point) and from there the kernel will fill it
with whatever is required? Or will the kernel even create /proc?
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