CLONE - Copy a disk
The CLONE command creates an exact image of the data on one disk, on another disk. Use the CLONE command if you want to create a duplicate disk. The disks must be of the same capacity and sector size.
Init> DISK CLONE
Response - Type DISK CLONE at the main Init prompt.
Disk clone (DISKA0) > DISKA0
Explanation - Init asks for the disk to make a copy of and defaults to one of the disks.
Response - Enter the name of the disk that contains the data you wish to copy. If you type a ? or HELP in response to the prompt, you will be shown the help text at this level.
Disk clone DISKA0 (DISKA1) > DISKA1
Explanation - Init asks for the disk to copy the data to.
Response - Enter the name of the disk that you wish to copy data to. If you type a ? or HELP in response to the prompt, you will be shown the help text at this level.
Any existing data on DISKA1 will be lost. Continue? <NO>
Explanation - Init reminds you that any data on the target disk will be lost as it it overwritten with data from the source disk.
Response - Press the Enter key or type NO to stop the clone operation before data is lost on the target disk. If you respond with YES, the clone operation will begin. The time required for the operation depends upon the size of the disk being cloned. As it progresses, the progress is shown, in percentages.
Cannot clone a disk to itself
The same disk is specified for the source and target disk. You cannot clone a disk to itself.
The source and target disks have different sector sizes, or different total capacities.
The entered disk name is invalid or does not match any available disks.