What is the best strategy for updating CentOS from 4 to 5?
On Saturday 31 July 2010 08:47, Keith Roberts wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Jul 2010, John R Pierce wrote:
> > To: CentOS mailing list <email@example.com>
> > From: John R Pierce <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: Re: [CentOS] What is the best strategy for updating CentOS from 4 to
> > 5?
> > On 07/30/10 10:26 PM, Todd Cary wrote:
> >> No doubt I have waited just a little too long, but I think it is time to
> >> upgrade before it is not supported. My server is not heavily used
> >> (mostly for viewing images) and my Admin skills are better than beginner
> >> but NOT guru.
> > backup your files, configurations, etc, wipe the system, clean install
> > centos 5, restore your configurations and files.
> > if all your user and server files are on seperate file systems from /,
> > /var, /usr, then you may be able to leave them inplace as long as you're
> > careful with the installer not to touch your data filesystems.
> I have written a set of bash scripts to automate doing a
> fresh installation of Centos 5.5 They were originally
> written for Fedora 12, and have just finished doing a clean
> installation run using them to install Centos 5.5 on my
> I went from F8 to F12 with these scripts, with no real
> Anybody interested in a copy of them - they will be BSD or
> similar license ?
> Kind Regards,
> Keith Roberts
> CentOS mailing list
Yes, I would be interested in seeing them.
CentOS mailing list