We are currently managing around 50 Terminal Servers, each terminal server
is running RedHat. The terminal servers have been heavily customized and
hacked. Each of the 50 Terminal Servers can have anywhere from 30 to 60
thin clients attached.
We decided to install Debian in a chroot environment on each of these
servers in order to minimize disruptions. We chose debian because it is
relatively easy to keep up-to-date.
What will be the easiest way to keep all 50 Debian Chroot environments
Should we create a base image then copy that image to the remote servers?
Is there a way to set a cron job to auto-update the chroot environments?
Is there a way to have one "aptitude" type interface that will interact with
all 50 servers simultaniously?
In other words what will be the easiest and most efficient way to maintain
these Debian chroot environments. I wiould like to try to avoid manually
logging in and running aptitude 50 times at each school inorder to
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