I am currently running a mandriva 2007 server on my internal network. It is (obviously) getting a bit outdated. I am planning on updating it to 2010 but need some pointers on how to do this with minimal hassle.
From what I can tell (and feel) a fresh installation is in place instead of an upgrade. That also suits my need of replacing the system drive with a new one.
Now to the questions;
1. I am running a setup with a raid0 setup, a raid5 setup (and some additional drives). I don't have the spare space to move all the data somewhere else and back again so I need to be able to map these raid sets in the new installation without hassle.
2. I have set up a fileserver (SAMBA), printserver (CUPS), VNC server. I need to be able to restore (or find good documentation on how to set this up again) since I have forgotten most of what I did (that's what I get for a config-and-forget setup).
3. Personal settings such as SuperKaramba, messaging clients and so on.
4. Any other suggestions you might have on what to do, and how to go ahead with this.