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Bug#158696: marked as done (diskless: [PATCH] use update-cluster to run diskless-newhost)

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Package: diskless
Version: 0.3.17
Severity: wishlist


It's a bit of a pain to go around running diskless-newhost for every 
single host when setting up a cluster or changing the configuration. 
 Especially with a lot of machines.

The attached script (the "patch") could go into 
/usr/lib/update-cluster/diskless.updatelist and do that automatically, 
the admin would only need to run update-cluster-regenerate diskless. 
 The /etc/default/diskless file, which doesn't exist yet, could be 
configured (e.g. via debconf) to customize CLUSTERXML, IMAGEROOT and 

Of course this would have to be added to the documentation too, I'd be 
glad to make a patch for this.

What do you think?


-Adam P.

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Versions of the packages diskless depends on:
ii  debootstrap    0.1.17         Bootstrap a basic Debian system
ii  libmd5-perl    2.02-3         backwards-compatible wrapper for 
ii  m4             1.4-14         a macro processing language
ii  perl           5.6.1-7        Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and 
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[ -f /etc/default/diskless ] && . /etc/default/diskless

for hostip in `cat $CLUSTERXML | \
	       update-cluster-remove --master | \
	       update-cluster-parseconfig ip`; do \
  hostname=`cat $CLUSTERXML | \
	    update-cluster-parseconfig hostname ip | \
	    grep $hostip | \
	    cut -d " " -f 1`; \
  echo "(Re)building IP=$hostip host=$hostname mailname=$hostname"; \
  diskless-newhost $IMAGEROOT $hostip host=$hostname mailname=$hostname; \


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diskless has been removed from Debian due to bugginess and lack of
maintenance.  Similar functionality is provided by lessdisks.  For
details, see <http://bugs.debian.org/107808>.

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