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RE: Cvs of system administration files again

From: Guus Leeuw
Subject: RE: Cvs of system administration files again
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 22:31:04 +0100

>  From: address@hidden 
>  [mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of
>  Les Mikesell

>  I see there was some discussion on this list earlier  about using cvs
>  with unix system configuration file but no real resolution 
>  or examples
>  of anyone doing it.  I'd like to go a step beyond a single instance
>  and would listen to any advice about how to set it up or if it is
>  a good idea in the first place.  Most of my machines are running
>  RedHat Linux which puts all the config files under /etc, so to get

Best way for this would be a network bootable setup that changes only
the bits it needs to change... (Like IP-Addr)

>  Also, there are an assortment of config files for routers and
>  similar equipment that should be managed in a similar way, but
>  of course those devices can't participate directly in client/server
>  cvs access so the files need to live under a tftp directory 
>  somewhere.
>  Is there some standard way to handle a case where you want a set of
>  branches checked out at the same time in more or less the same place?

cvs co -d my_mod_branch1 -r branch1 my_mod
cvs co -d my_mod_branch2 -r branch2 my_mod

Just my $0.02,

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