kristian.hermansen at gmail.com
Fri Dec 29 16:25:14 UTC 2006
Why don't you use clonezilla (DRBL)? I use it all the time to
multicast clones to ~30 machines in under 2 minutes...
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> Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 20:48:20 -0400
> From: Ala Salman <asalman at dal.ca>
> Subject: cloning edgy
> To: ubuntu-server at lists.ubuntu.com
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> Our group (D-Drive at Dalhousie University) is trying to clone a cluster of 60
> nodes. The "master" node is an amd64 edgy server install. We then rsynced
> the entire system over to another node except for:
> and then we ran grub-install at the end.
> Each of these nodes are equipped with two network cards, eth0 and eth1.
> When the cloned system boots, the network cards are detected at start up, but
> the output of ifconfig -a shows that they are eth2 and eth3. I can only
> bring up eth2.
> On the master node the output of df shows /var/run and /var/lock, but on the
> cloned client there isn't any mention of these two.
> I also tried doing this cloning with the systemimager package, which is
> essentially the same method that we used, and I still have this problem, so
> it is an edgy (and maybe dapper) problem.
> any input is appreciated.
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