Thanks to the following people:
Matthew K. Bixby
Nikolai P. Iordanov
Raymond P. Delaney
I hope I am not leaving anyone out and Thanks to those people that are going
to reply later.
The Conclusion is:
1. at the OK prompt, check which one is your second boot disk.
you can try "probe-scsi" to check the target and type "devalias" to
check what is the disk alias i.e. disk1 or disk2 etc. usually sd@0,0 is
target 0, sd@1,0 is target 1 etc.
2. type "boot disk1" if your second boot disk is target 1
4. to permanently boot this change the "boot-device" environment to
whatever your second device alias is. type "printenv" to view
"boot-device" environment. use "setenv boot-device <disk
devalias>" to change the default boot device.
>From: "Elsa De Dominicis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Booting from a different disk
>Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 13:10:58 PDT
>CAn anybody tell me which is the command in order to boot from a different
>disk? I mean a second boot disk where I made a backup copy of the operating
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