From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 29 Dec 2003 - 01:07:59 GMT
On Sun, Dec 28, 2003 at 10:53:54PM +0100, Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> søndag 28. dec 2003 kl. 20:45 skrev Dariush Pietrzak:
> >>is a ssh login good enough? or do you need physical access ?
> > it would be nice to have ability to run various kernels on it, that
> >that someone would have to have physical access to it if it wouldn't
> >got up
> >after reboot. Also some arrangement for reading printk messages and
> >messages would be beneficial.
why not add a remote unit, as described on the linux-vserver.org
pages, that would allow remote reboot, and a serial console,
nothing more should be needed for testing/development ...
connect it to another server in your basement, and allow
minicom to be run on that machine/account ...
works for me ...
> i know, and i dont know what would require most resources (time ||
> money) for me.
> 1) set my old server up as a testserver for you in my basement, giving
> you root shell access, and then this read these printk messages for
> you, resetting it, ...
> or 2)
> pull the disks out, and mail the hole boks to you. (okay, maybe the
> mainboard/cpu/memory, but thats probably more work than shipping
> the hole unit to you).
> After i got my new PB i'll move my current desktop to b e my server,
> and then i dont really need the old server... How ever the disks i
> need, and i cant do the changeover for at least another week.
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