Yup on 4 conditions:
1. you have serial console access to all machines.
2. you've tested that kernel works.
3. backed up the previous kernel
4. have  not raised securelevel to 1 and have added the proper
rc.confvalues and got the appropriate MAC labels handy.
If you have messed up with securelevel you can either setup loader.conf to
boot the kernel you want
or reboot with securelevel disabled and change the kernel then.
I'd rather start experimenting with a test machine.
MAC sometimes may shut off entire machine from internet, depending on
policies defined.
Good luck.

2007/5/26, mal content <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

I compiled a kernel with:

options MAC
options AUDIT

I need to copy this kernel to a couple of (identical)
machines. Assuming that I've just used vanilla defaults
(with regards to CFLAGS, make.conf) and the hardware
is identical, is it safe to just tar /boot/kernel and copy to
the other machines? Or is there more that must be copied?

As I understand it, these two options don't affect
userland at all, so nothing other than the kernel needs
to be copied...

Please enlighten me,
MC

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