Re: Who's working on centralized management?
We have a very simple setup for such an environment. In our CS
lab, we have about 40 machines with the same Debian installation. The
servers (manually installed) export /usr to all the clients. We use a
modified installation floppy to preinstall the clients, download /etc,
/var, and some other things, and /usr is NFS mounted from the
servers. If anybody find this interesting, I can give
details. However, I'll be very interested in discussiong your ideas,
Javier Fdz-Sanguino Pen~a writes:
> First of all sorry for the cross post.
> I have to install in my lab five Debian machines that have to be
> able to keep consistent, i.e. all have to have the same packages installed.
> I was going to start working in a centralized tool (possibly a set of
> scripts) that is able to do so making all "mirrors" from one of them, so
> that when one package was installed in it all of the others would install it
> too (using the same conf)
> I know there are some people working on the same kind of thing....
> has anyone a tool or set of tools that could be used for this task? is
> anyone working on one? I would be willing to help in making this kind of
> tool if it is not yet available.
> Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Peña
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