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Re: using cvs to contol system files

From: vi1pdqyo02
Subject: Re: using cvs to contol system files
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 10:24:11 -0400

" (Greg A. Woods) |info-cvs|" wrote:

> [ On Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 17:38:05 (-0500), Miller Dale Contractor 
> HQ AFWA wrote: ]
> > Subject: RE: using cvs to contol system files
> >
> > We use CVS for controlling our software but for the system files
> > I find that RCS is generally sufficient.
> >
> > RCS is simple to use and gives you version control with few commands to
> > know.
> I concur 100%
> I have in the past devised procedures and processes to use CVS to manage
> system configurations (which ended up having to be much more complex
> than vi1pdqyo02 was proposing), but I would not do so ever again without
> using something like GNU Cfengine to do the work and then just use CVS
> to manage the cfengine inputs.
> --
>                                                                 Greg A. Woods
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I'll be looking into GNU Cfengine. This could be a better long term solution 
for my admins.


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