Le 07/09/2011 21:33, jacques a écrit :
Now the the question is : will this machine *reboot* properly,
inclufing the network ?
It did !
%On a server, system data tends to be separate from user data. Programs
%that offer services are kept in a different place than the data
%handled by this service. Different partitions will be created on such
% a partition with all data necessary to boot the machine
% a partition with configuration data and server programs
% one or more partitions containing the server data such as database
%tables, user mails, an ftp archive etc.
% a partition with user programs and applications
%one or more partitions for the user specific files
% (home directories)
% one or more swap partitions (virtual memory)LC_ALL=fr_FR.UTF-8
we were pretty confident.
Provided a Rescue disk we issue a 'three finger salute'.
It restarted well, we had to reconfigure some broken locales
(fr_FR.UTF-8) and reinstall *gpm*
Mysql and bind9.
There is probably some attention to pay to periodics tasks in the next days.
Thanks all for your advices.
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