Re: [Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-25 Thread Einar S. Idsø
Oliver, Thank you very much for your description. It sounds highly interesting, and I may try it out when I have the time. Thanks! Einar Oliver Welter wrote: Its a bit tricky - I will sketch the setup for you: I have a template /vservers/template - that is a full blown gentoo installation

Re: [Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-23 Thread Oliver Welter
Hi Einar Oliver: I am somewhat amazed that your setup works. I would think Portage would get very upset, or at least confused, when packages that aren't marked as updated are, dependencies should be broken etc. But two years running is quite stable. Is it just /var and parts of /etc that are

Re: [Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-22 Thread Einar S. Idsø
Thank you David and Oliver for your replies. I am glad to see there are other using Gentoo with vserver happily, but it's disappointing that noone seems to be using vhashify. That's would be nice to have since I plan on having up to 60 vhosts. Oliver: I am somewhat amazed that your setup works. I

Re: [Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-18 Thread Oliver Welter
This might be offtopic but perhaps useful. I have multiple guests that share the same root directly. All configuration and runtime relevant dirs (var and parts of etc( are mounted from a per guest partition. Works with no hasle here for over 2 years now Oliver -- Diese Nachricht wurde

Re: [Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-17 Thread Einar S. Idsø
Noone? That's disappointing. Then what would be a good choice as an alternative to Gentoo (the only distribution I have experience with) when using VServer in a production environment? Cheers, Einar Einar S. Idsø wrote: Hi, Does anyone successfully use vunify/vhashify with Gentoo-based

[Vserver] Gentoo and hashified files

2007-05-14 Thread Einar S. Idsø
Hi, Does anyone successfully use vunify/vhashify with Gentoo-based vservers? If so, could you share some pointers to getting started, as well as possible pitfalls, e.g. related to emerging new packages, having different USE-flags and such? Cheers, Einar S. Idsø