> On Tuesday 18 May 2004 16:40, Rick Moen wrote:
>>> With Fedora, you're best off running the upgrade script from the new
>> machine's installer program (anaconda), because it takes care of some
>> system details somewhat more neatly than is likely otherwise (e.g., yum,
>> apt-rpm). Reminder: This need not involve downloading CD/DVD images:
>> You can also do network-install upgrades (NFS, http, etc.).
>> Has anyone successfully upgraded or installed by http?
Installed yes, upgrade, never tried. I do 80% sometype of network
installs, mostly because I know I will scratch or loose the cd's at some
We have a server (superbox) which serves the purpose. All distros, you
> What happens if something goes wrong in the middle of disk 3?
If its NFS, usually hangs until the resource comes back online. I love NFS
for that - especially when ssh'ing over the shop, I have on occasion
rebooted superbox at critical points.
> Timothy Murphy
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