From: Sam Vilain (sam_at_vilain.net)
Date: Wed 12 Mar 2003 - 04:06:55 GMT
Try starting with something like the debian potato base install if you want
something really trim. It's only 30MB.
Debian Woody seems to be more, about 80MB. About 10MB of that is dpkg
cache, and all but 20MB can be shared between vservers using Immutable
On Wed, 12 Mar 2003 13:11, you wrote:
> Ever since I compiled my very-own kernel (and it works) I'm feeling kind
> of smug. The system has been up for 5 days plus some hours without
> getting hit by the infamous ctx16 bug(?).
> So I'm once again in search of the minimal vserver. This time I taken a
> different approach. Since many of us seem to to be having a problem
> with creating a new vserver from RHL CDs I took the cheap route and made
> my base one from the main server. I'm now in the process of clearing
> out all the inapropriate and unnecessary stuff. A final clean up on a
> vserver by vserver basis will be performed as they are created.
> So to the nuts and bolts of the issue. Has anyone trimed /etc/init.d
> down to those things that can and need to run in a vserver. ntpd sure
> is a candidate along with rawdevices. What else can I deleted? I am
> not concerned about breaking RPM packages, such as deleting a file
> inserted / created by a package.
> Any thoughts?
-- Sam Vilain, sam_at_vilain.net
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