How wold you bacl up LFS?
charlie.cllin at free.fr
Sun Dec 26 04:49:23 PST 2004
Jeremy Utley a écrit :
> charlie wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Supose you have lots of computers exactly the same.
>> First, you take one of them and install LFS, let's say on one sole
>> partition /dev/hda.
>> If i want to dplicate it, what would you recommend:
>> 1) tarballing /
>> 2) dd the /dev/hda partition and make a ghost of it.
>> i don't know if 1) works fine, as i'm not sure of how tar backups
>> symlinks, nodes and others no standard files.
>> 2) sounds great, however i feel a bit concerned about disk space and
>> ghosting an entire partition wastes a lot of space, since a basic LFS
>> system is quite small. In addition, all my partitions on all the
>> computers have to be the same size, and i can't change the fstype, am
>> i wrong?
>> So, if you have hints on this, thanx for your advice.
>> CH COLLIN
> Tar will work just fine, in fact I use this regularly to transfer a LFS
> built on my 2500 machine over to my 400MHz.
> Simply do:
> cd /mnt/lfs && tar cjvfp lfs.tar.bz2 .
> Then move the tarball to your other machine and do:
> tar jxvfp lfs.tar.bz2
> set up the bootloader, and any other needed steps, and you're fine!
This is clear. Many thanks
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