From: Jon Bendtsen (jon+vserver_at_silicide.dk)
Date: Tue 13 Aug 2002 - 08:39:15 BST
Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 09:31:04PM +0200, Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> > > Cathy Sarisky wrote:
> > I dont use unification...
> > But isnt it just a hardlink ?? If you replace the hardlink in the root
> > server, doesnt it affect all the vservers ??
> unification is a little more than just a hardlink.
> it is a hardlink with additional immuteability
> (except for removal ;) which means, you would not
> be able to _change_ the file/link in the root server
> until you remove the immutable flag or the file.
even the root server has to do this ?? I thought the immutable flag
was only used in the vservers.
> > If not, you could possibly upgrade the root server, and then, in the
> > root server, run a script,
> > that unlinks (read rm's) the link, and redoes the link again as a
> > hardlink for all the files in all the vservers.
> this is, in a special way, what vunify does ...
> (except that it requires the package to be installed
> in all unified servers ...)
okay, i dont use it, as i consider disk space cheap, and
the extra trouble handling a unified file system just
add's even more against using it.
(then again, i'm only running vservers for myself, so i
only have a few vservers, not 49037823923 like an ISP
> maybe it would be a good idea to add the vunify
> functionality to the vrpm script as an option?
Well, what about debian ? and slackware ?