package 'synchronization' for multiple systems
tmz at pobox.com
Thu Feb 7 18:34:28 UTC 2008
Tim Alberts wrote:
> I'm setting up multiple systems and ideally I want the same package
> configuration on all of them. So I'm going through yum and rpm
> queries manually to try and get this done. There must be a better
> way. Is there a way to use yum or rpm to configure multiple systems
> with the same packages?
> If yum or rpm has something native built into it to do this, that
> would be great. If there's some scripts to simplify some tasks that
> works too.
> I've used webmin's 'Cluster Software Package' module, and will
> probably fall back to it. However I don't think I get the info that
> yum gives regarding package grouping and what packages are part of
> what capabilities. Gotta query elsewhere for it. (no disrespect to
> webmin folks, great tool)
Checkout puppet, cfengine, and maybe func.
If you only care about getting the initial installs identical, then
kickstart may be all you need.
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