Re: (Security) upgrades with shared /usr?
At 04:02 PM 2/20/2006 +0100, Marcin Owsiany wrote:
>Any security update which requires upgrading some packages would force
>me to shutdown all but one of the machines, remount /usr RW there,
>perform the upgrade, remount it back to RO, and then bring the rest of
>machines back up. (Propagating the changes to files outside /usr is
Would it be possible to have one vm as ur management station that had the
filesystem mounted rw? That way u could do ur updates there, and they would
immediately be visible to the rest of the vm's mounting that filesystem.
But as someone else pointed out won't all the vm's require reboots or lots
of SIGHUP's to make the file changes active anyway? So ur kinda back in the
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