On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 11:15 PM, Nomen Nescio <nob...@dizum.com> wrote:
>> Plus, if you look around a bit, you'll find some tutorials to back up
>> the entire OS using zfs send-receive. So even if for some reason the
>> OS becomes unbootable (e.g. blocks on some critical file is corrupted,
>> which would cause panic/crash no matter what filesystem you use), the
>> "reinstall" process is basically just a zfs send-receive plus
>> installing the bootloader, so it can be VERY fast.
> Now that is interesting. But how do you do a receive before you reinstall?
> Live cd??
Live CD, live USB, or better yet, a full-blown installation on a USB
disk. This is different from a live USB in that it's faster and you
can customize it (i.e. add/remove packages) just like a normal
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