I've had a major disk crash. I had obas 4.5.6-33 installed in a centos 5.5 virtuozzo container. The disk was mirrored, however the other side had issues and appeared to be a year old. When trying to recover, the second disk crashed too, so all was lost. I have a backup of the container plus a database dump. It appears in the container it has "virtuozzo" references, i.e. files with symlinks to the template cache: ./etc/shells -> ////centos/5/x86/setup-2.5.58-1.el5.noarch/etc/shells I'm trying to bring this up on an OpenVZ container since I've lost the virtuozzo keys (and don't want to have a 5 container limit). So I believe the choices are to find a centos 5.5 distro and replace all those links with copies of the files. I can't seem to find the template cache where the real files existed on the original server. I have backups, but don't see anything that I can find the template files to copy into the container filesystem. Or do a fresh install on either the latest centos5 x86 or centos6 x86, and migrate the data over. But not sure what I'd need besides the database dump. I can then follow the KB to upgrade the OS to centos 6 x64 and use the utilities to migrate. Any recommendations?