I know that you _can_ extract the second disc to the /Hdd1/content/ folder.
My question is whether that's a requirement.
Could you, instead, just place the second (content) disc into a "Disc2" folder that compliments a "Disc1" folder in the same directory in /Hdd1/XEX/ and rely on the swap.xex to properly manage the content?
I understand that games with gameplay data spanning two discs must have the "Disc1, Disc2, Disc3 within a parent folder" heirarchy. So, why wouldn't it also properly migrate the game content (as it would if it encountered the second retail disc being loaded in a normal non-jtag/rgh circumstance) to the appropriate /Hdd1/Content/0000000000000000/????????/ folder?
I apologize for my ignorance. I'm just curious about the logic involved. For my current workflow, it would be much easier to just extract, then copy directories for Disc1 and Disc2 into their respective parent directory in the Xbox Hdd1/XEX/ directory and be done with it.
TIA for your thoughts and advice.
ADD: possibly helpful information . . . Running FSD3.0b Rev 775, DashLaunch v3.12(548), k2.0.16747.0 Any communication is done via iPad Air 2 using WebSSH to connect to an Ubuntu 14.04 storage/seedbox server and then, via cli, connect through ftp to the xbox360.