Usually my company would use a specific software to format drives but since it didn’t support NVMe SSDs yet I installed Debian on an USB drive. Using the package nvme-cli takes care of that.
To install an OS on my USB drive I used https://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3
A Debian iso can be found at https://www.debian.org/CD/
Apparently if you use a SAMSUNG SSD you need to put your PC to sleep first before continuing with formatting the drive but I just ran all commands regardless of what kind of NVMe SSD was installed.
sudo apt install nvme-cli sudo systemctl suspend sudo nvme format -s1 /dev/nvme0n1
To migrate a Report Server we would backup ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB, drop the new default databases and restore the old databases on the new server . . .
One of the things I got confused about is the physical backup location. If you reconfigure the SQL Server to store new backups at a . . .