[CentOS] Re: xfs on 5.2 (live cd + dvd)

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jul 31 16:35:16 UTC 2008

on 7-30-2008 5:03 PM Michael Kress spake the following:
> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>> EXTRAS. CentOS EXTRAS for xfs. No need to enable centosplus for it.
> Alright, sorry. I got that now.
>>> No objections to using the centosplus kernel in production environments?
>> Use CentOS extras *and* the "normal" kernel.
> Hmmm, yummm, this even sounds better and easier maintainable (i.e. 
> yum-updatable).
> Thanks to everybody for your responses, they help me a lot.
> I made a detailled planning for my server migration and I ended up in 
> 101 single tasks that would take me about 640 minutes for the whole 
> sh*#. That migration will bind me over 10 hours to the monster. I think 
> I'll add another task in front: Buy caffeine.
> Regards
> Michael
You could set the systems next to each other and script some of the long 
running tasks like data migration. With something like rsync you could sync 
data once for the long running main migration, and run it again to catch the 
changed bits later. I have a planned migration in the works right now for a 
mailserver. The data replicates hourly to keep the changeset small, and I can 
do the final migration in a few hours when I am ready.

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