Le 08/02/2009 à 01:51:50-0700, Tim Judd a écrit > Albert Shih wrote: > > Hi all > > > > I've two servers (in fact guest in vmware) on don't have enought disk space > > to make buildkernel (or world). > > > > For the world freebsd-update can work. But for the kernel I've my own > > kernel. > > > > So if I compile the kernel on the other server how can I put it on the > > first ? > > > > Regards. > > > > > > With an NFS mount, with sneakernet, or scp. > On the machine with enough disk space: > make buildkernel installkernel DESTDIR=/nfsmount KERNCONF=otherkernel > #hackish and i'd be worried of this. It will force a backup of the > running kernel to the remote /boot/kernel.old > > I'd recommend: > make buildkernel installkernel DESTDIR=/tmp KERNCONF=otherkernel > tar -czf /tmp/otherkernel.tgz /tmp/boot/kernel > # bring the otherkernel.tgz file to the machine, maybe by usb stick, > and extract. don't forget to tar -xz*p*f (permissions)
Thanks. But in that case why I can't just do cd /boot tar czvf some_place/kernel.tgz kernel and just transfert the kernel.tgz and make the tar xpf ? > > How thin on disk space are you? 2 Go for everything.... But I can mount by NFS more space (very more). Thanks for the answer. Regards. -- Albert SHIH SIO batiment 15 Observatoire de Paris Meudon 5 Place Jules Janssen 92195 Meudon Cedex Heure local/Local time: Mar 10 fév 2009 00:26:02 CET _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"