OS X V10.7 Lion :: Migrate Data To A New RAID Setup?

May 6, 2012

I've been trying to migrate data to a new RAID setup, but have been running into the error code 36 issue where Mac created invisible files are killing the file transfers. At any rate, I tried about three different directory cleanup utilities and for the most part got almost all the data to move. Now I'm onto the last bit which was giving me permissions errors as well.I used Batchmod to make everything read write and I ALSO CLEARED THE XTARS. Worked like a charm and everthing transfered. HOWEVER. Killing the extened attributes of the files turned them all into Executible files with no program ownership. BTW, there are font files so there are hundreds of them. Is there anyway to re-assign them or get some of the attributes back? 

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MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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IMac :: Disk Utility RAID Setup - Backing Up Data

Jul 11, 2010

I have a couple of questions regarding backing up my external drive. I've got a 2TB external drive with about 1.5TB of movies, Music etc. I've got another identical empty drive that I want to keep a backup of the first drive on. So my question is what is the best way of backing up this data? I thought of using disk utility(I'm running snow leopard 10.6.4 if that makes any difference) to created a mirrored RAID set. If I plug in the empty drive then create the RAID set will my first drive get wiped when the set is created? or with it leave the data on the first drive intact? Or should I just use something like crashplan to backup to the 2nd drive?

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Apr 14, 2012

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MacBook Pro (15-inch 2.4/2.2 GHz), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Setup And Confirm RAID Mirror

May 23, 2012

Literally just got shiny new miniMac Server with the dual 70GB internakky hard drives/disks with OS X 10.7.$ LION pre-installed. What a nice machine in a super cool box Seemed to bootup and run fine!Now my issue (there will be more for this MAC newbie):How to setup AND more importantly (item B below) CONFIRM that a RAID MIRROR is working? Want nothing fancier than 2-nd drive is exact duplicate of 1-st drive at all times. That is, an 'active and full up-to -the second" backup of the main 1-st drive.I have done nothing to 1-st drive as it came from APPLE.When I try to setup RAID set using DISK Utility, I get message about system(1-st drive) can't be used in a RAID or such.

yet I can add 2-nd drive to what I tink is a RAID set and then 'Enable' it.It seems to add another entry to thr left-side of drves list panel but not sure that 1-st and 2-nd drives are BOTH in the new "RAID SET' or that the set just consists of the "single" 2-nd disk? B. I don't think that 1-st drive data is actually being duplicated to 2-nd drive.For instance, how do I know that it was 'caught up' to match 1-st drive AND then is [code]

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Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.4), Pre-instaDual Internal drives/disks

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Create A Raid 1+0 Setup Across Daisychained Thunderbolt Harddrives?

May 15, 2012

I need more storage and need it to be quick and redundant 

I'm concidering 2 of either the WD thunderbolt duo 6TB or the LaCie 2Big Thunderbolt 6TB. I want to set each 2disk unit to RAID 1 and then srtipe them as RAID0 accross thunderbolt to hopefully result in one striped and mirrored 6TB RAID volume  

I'm hoping yes because i've seen 4 of the WB unit daisychained as one huge RAID0   but I'd like the redundancy. also i want the resultant volume in exFAT as I am constantly jumping between OSX and Win 7

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MacBook Pro (17-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: Creating A Disk Image Of A RAID 1 Setup?

Jun 20, 2012

I have just finished setting up my first Lion Server from scratch on a Mac Mini with dual 500GB Drives which I set up as RAID 1. I have the server exactly as I want it, and before the users start logging on and it gets all screwed up I would like to create a disk image of it so that I could reinstall if necessary w/o having to start from scratch. 

Is the process of creating a disk image for a RAID 1 any different than that of a disk image from a single drive set up? Will Disk utility just see this as a single volume or will it want to create a disk image of the entire RAID? i.e will the disk image be 1 TB (500 GB x 2)? And when it comes to reimaging my RAID, will I just recreate a RAID 1 and be able to write to it from that disk image? 

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Mac Pro :: Advice On Video Editing Setup / Raid Setup For Backups?

Apr 27, 2008

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I have a few questions:

1. Should extra hard drives be bought third party?

2. Should he do a raid setup for backups?

3. How much memory should he buy for Final Cut operations? (third party)

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5. 4-Core or 8-Core?

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Mac Pro :: Possible To Migrate RAID To Larger Drives?

Apr 2, 2009

I'm about to configure my 2006 MP with one of Apple's RAID cards using RAID5. I currently have 4x 750GB drives that I can use, but I can see needing more space in the not too distant future. When I do need more space, can I simply drop in a 2TB drive, let the RAID system reconfigure itself, and repeat this until I have all 4 drives in place? Is there a better or different way to do this? I know that if one of the drives is larger than the others, then only a drive space equivalent to the smaller drives will be used in RAID5. After addition of the fourth drive (per the above scheme), will the array then use the full 2TB of each drive?

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IMac :: Transfer Files To Mb - Setup Assistant To Migrate?

Dec 17, 2010

I have an iMac Intel Core2duo, 10.4.11 and I've just got a white macbook 10.6 which has a firewire slot. I have no idea how to transfer files from my iMac to the mb - can you help, please? I have not yet started the mb, in case I can use the setup assistant to migrate files.
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Mac Pro :: Migrate Data To New OS X With Only 1 Monitor?

Feb 9, 2012

I am ready to set up my new Mac Pro.  I know how to migrate my files from my G5 using Firewire and making the new computer a target disk.  My problem is, I have only 1 monitor.  Is there an easy way around this, OR of not, can I use my Macbook Pro just a monitor and if so how? 

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Mac Pro

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MacBook Pro :: Can't Migrate Data From Old PC To It?

Mar 25, 2012

I have been trying to migrate my data from my PC to my new mac but it always seems to fail.At first, I would begin the migration assistant and then after a while the PC would just crash.But then I finally thought I managed to get it working. It said that process was complete (on both the PC and mac), but there was no data on my computer and no music in my iTunes. 

PS I also have an Ethernet cable if that's of any use but I don't know how to use it.

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Windows Vista

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Apr 3, 2012

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Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Nov 8, 2010

So I had Macbook Pro 13 prior to getting the new Macbook Air. Everything is in sync except the iTunes data on my Air. I didn't use Migration utility because I didn't want to completely mirror my old settings. How do I migrate my iTunes data to my new Macbook Air so that I don't have to resync EVERYTHING that I currently have on my iPhone 4?

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Mar 11, 2012

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Mar 30, 2012

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MacBook Pro :: Migrate Data To Retina?

Jun 12, 2012

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Oct 3, 2008

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If the RAID crashed somehow via the software, would the data still be recoverable? I have a MP and will be putting them in Bays 3 & 4. Also, is there any benefit to the different block sizes? Since my files will all be at least 7MB would the biggest block size speed it up?

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Jul 1, 2009

I just got a brand new MAC PRO desktop. It came with a 600GB HDD. I purchased a second identical internal 600GB HDD. I wanted to do setup a RAID 1 using these 2 drives. Currently the main drive has the OS and all my other apps installed. I installed the 2nd drive and was fooling with disk utility. I'm not sure how to set this up however. I tried numerous guides online but I just cant figure it out.

MAC PRO (takes up to 4 internal drives) - currently installed 2 identical drives
Leopard
Using Disk utility

The RAID tab says "online" and the status is green (indicating the RAID is working). However on my desktop i see the 2nd hardddrive mounted with no contents in it. I just want to able to use the 2nd drive as a mirror so this way if one fails I'm still up and running.

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Aug 21, 2009

I'm planning to setup a RAID on My Mac Pro (2006 2.66 Quad Core). I know Bootcamp not support Hardware Raid Card. Can I use the Hardware Raid Card for boot Mac OS X and storage Data, and use the onboard controller boot the Bootcamp Drive?

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Nov 4, 2009

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Jun 10, 2012

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Dec 14, 2010

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Dec 20, 2010

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Specs:
500 MHz PowerPC G4
640 MB SDRAM
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Mac Pro :: Raid 0 Setup To Increase Performance

Mar 1, 2010

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Apr 29, 2010

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PowerPC :: Safe To Migrate All Data From Powerbook G4 12"?

Nov 26, 2008

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Sep 3, 2009

I know there are numerous posts already about whether to 'clean install' or upgrade to Snow Leopard, but I can't seem to find an answer to my question anywhere.

I have two computers that I've already upgraded to Snow Leopard - an iMac that's about a year old (with data on it that has been migrated between macs since Tiger) and a brand new MBP which is unblighted by any migrated data. The MBP seems much faster for the upgrade, but the iMac seems a little slower.

My instinct here is to erase my iMac hard drive and install Snow Leopard from scratch, which would presumably solve the sluggish performance issues.

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Mar 15, 2012

How do you migrate itunes data from an external PC drive to a Mac Mini? It does not seem to recognize the hard drive.

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Aug 31, 2010

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Jan 9, 2011

I have a Early 2008 Mac Pro. I have the Apple Hardware Raid Card Installed. I have 4 2TB disks installed. Currently I've got the system disk setup in Bay 1 as a single disk. Then I have the disks in bays 2 through 4 setup as a raid 5. I've been thinking that I might be better off to make all 4 disks into a raid 5 array and then just make volumes for the system disk and my work disk. My goal is to have a system volume an a scratch/work volume for image and video editing.

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