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Date:      Thu, 19 Nov 2009 07:49:24 +0200 (EET)
From:      Mario Pavlov <freebsd@abv.bg>
To:        Tim Judd <tajudd@gmail.com>
Cc:        freebsd-stable@freebsd.org, freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Re: Re: [solved] Re: Re: Re: diskless - NFS root mount problem
Message-ID:  <314774211.102489.1258609764004.JavaMail.apache@mail53.abv.bg>

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 oh yes, I got what you meant now
true, I used /usr from the server because I wanted to have all my ports available to the client. Is there a nice way to install ports only in the diskless distribution ?

thank you.

Regards
Mario


 >On 11/16/09, Mario Pavlov  wrote:
 >>  indeed you get bonus points if you firewall yourself :)
 >> and of course this is not the first time I do that so my score is pretty
 >> good
 >> however my favourite is to forget about net.inet.ip.forwarding when I
 >> upgrade routers with many clients :)
 >>
 >> Tim, thanks for your hints...but I don't understand this one:
 >>  >2nd, you buildworld and installworld into the diskless root, but never
 >>  >use it.  You're using disk space you can reclaim.
 >> how so I never use it and can reclaim diskspace ?
 >
 >
 >The Monday's email you sent at 11:22 (by datestamp on gmail), you wrote:
 >================================================================================
 >mkdir /storage0/diskless
 >cd /usr/src
 >export DESTDIR=/storage0/diskless
 >make buildworld buildkernel installworld distribution installkernel
 >================================================================================
 >
 >
 >-----------------------
 >You clearly 'make buildworld installworld' but your later exports have
 >/storage0/diskless and /usr being exported.  shouldn't it be either
 >/storage0/diskless (as a root filesystem and everything underneath it)
 >or if you want to unecessarily break it up, exporting
 >/storage0/diskless/usr ?
 >
 >
 >Understand?
 >

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