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22 Mar 2002 13:10:03 +0100
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.1
>>>>> "Richard" == Richard Arends <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Richard> Hello, I'm working for an ISP and i'm looking in to
Richard> Cfengine for our Debian servers. The idea is, to have one
Richard> Cfengine 'server' and several Cfengine clients who
Richard> connect to the server and get a new cfengine config.
Richard> On the server i want a common file and a client specific
Richard> file, and then via the copy option in cfengine on the
Richard> client getting the file(s) every time (5 / 10 minutes??)
Richard> from the server.
Richard> Is this the right way to do it, or (and i think so) are
Richard> there (much) better ways.
A simple way is :-
Have cfagent (v2) run as often as you want. You can always wrap
certain things in Minxx if you want to restrict certain actions to
certain times in the hour.
Not much else to it really, apart from some RTMFing for more details
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