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    Mac Server Rebuild

    Hello all,

    I'm not 100% on Mac so excuse the thick questions:

    I have a Mac Server which basically runs Deploy Studio. We have a dual boot system (Windows and OSX). The OSX side doesn't really work that well so people aren't using it. I was going to rebuild the mac server and configure from scratch. Is it basically 1) install Mavericks 2) Download Mac Server from App Store?

    I was going to follow this:

    Mac mini Server (Late 2012 and Mid 2011): How to install OS X Server on a software RAID volume

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    If you're reinstalling from scratch, before you install don't forget to reformat the OS X partition. I know it sounds stupid but you can 'reinstall' Mavericks and it doesn't reformat the drive itself, so you have to use Disk Utility before hand.


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