> I've got a directory tree that holds config data for all my
> servers. This consists of one directory per server (which is updated
> periodically from what is currently configured on that server), plus
> higher level summary reports and similar information.
> today I have just a single git tree covering everything, and I make a
> commit each time one of the per-server directories is updated, and
> again when the top-level stuff is created.
It is quite clear to me what you are keeping at the top-level files,
but if a large portion of the configuration for these servers are
shared, it might not be a bad idea to have a canonical "gold-master"
configuration branch, to which the shared updates are applied, with
a branch per server that forks from that canonical branch to keep
the machine specific tweaks as differences from the canonical stuff,
instead of having N subdirectories (one per machine).
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