Date: Mon 09 Jun 2003 - 08:57:54 BST
> > > vserver-clones with debian-newvserver.sh
> > > .... configuring will take interactive input.
Sure, mostly when it's about the mail-system configuration and the other
As I said it's a question what you're using it for. If you want to provide
other "customers" there is sure a need for a base-system "dpkg-reconfigure"
something like that.
> For me the upgrading and administration
> of many debian servers is most relevant.
> Again, things like mounting /bin "read only" for a vserver could
> some times be usefull (more safe) but how would that work with
> installing and upgrading?
I wanted to be able to use the packaging system in the vservers and on the
Something that could work is that with every upgrade of the
the downloaded packages get automaticaly converted to "dummy"-packages and
on the vservers. This way the vservers won't overwrite the hardlinked
unified files and have
up2date apt-DB and packages -> we don't need ro on binaries and the vservers
still install stuff with dpkg.
Just an idea ;)
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