mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de
Tue Jun 14 16:56:21 CEST 2011
On Di 14 Jun 2011 13:49:30 CEST Moritz Struebe wrote:
> On 2011-06-14 13:42, Mike Gabriel wrote:
>> The reason why I recommend hosting of chroot images on a separate
>> machine (a machine that does nothing else, apart from being a PXE
>> server) is that when upgrading the chroot you may encounter service
>> restarts during package upgrades that might have an effect on other
>> system components.
> Which components are you thinking of? Or just possible apt-get updates?
>> The strategy has been adopted from a friend of mine who is a Linux
>> service provider for schools in Oslo (Debian Edu context). They mostly
>> roll out diskless workstations there (i.e. systems with NFS-roots) and
>> that originally is their experience.
> While I see your poit, I think this solution might be a suggestions, but
> not in any way recommended. If you don't yet have the appropriate
> infrastructure using an extra server or VM might backfire badly, as it
> is yet another server to be taken care of.
Ok, I will take that into consideration and adapt the wiki page where needed.
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