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Re: F7 Plan (draft)



Dave Jones wrote:
On Wed, Dec 20, 2006 at 11:15:03AM -0500, Greg Dekoenigsberg wrote:
 > On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, Tim Burke wrote:
> > >> 5. A Fedora Server spin of F7
 > >> Accountable: Jesse Keating (rel-eng), YOUR NAME HERE!
> >> > >> Another one of our release targets. Needs defined by Test 2. > >> > > Do you picture a different kernel variant for client vs server? > > I certainly didn't -- but maybe we should consider it.

It's not really necessary as most of the things that make a difference
can be controlled by sysctls.  Most obvious one being the default
disk IO elevator.

Separate /etc/sysctl.conf's makes a lot more sense than a separate
kernel image.

Agreed that sysctls are far better than different kernel builds. Having said that.. what is the mechanism to actually set different knobs on a client distro vs a server distro? For example would that just consist of a bunch of lines spread around random init scripts, or should there be something like a "profile" file with sysctl settings, ie, one for desktop, other for server. Heck, if you can do that, why not have an NFS server, database server, web server separate profiles too.


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