I have an Ubuntu 10.10 server at home that I've been playing around with, attempting to get a Railo/CFML web server setup on. The issue is that after playing around with so many different configuration files etc, I believe there are some bad configurations on there preventing me from getting everything working nicely.
I'm currently thinking about reinstalling the OS to go back to the start. I have backed up my /etc and ~ files to my windows machines so I can easily copy back my smb.conf and fstab files (or any others I find I need).
- Is this the best way to take the system back to its initial 'clean' state?
- I have a raid-5 array that was created when I initially installed the OS. Is there any risk of my losing the array (or the data on it) by reinstalling the OS?