March 31, 2015

–UPDATE – Building a zone quickly using the templates installed in global – UPDATE

Follow-up to Building a zone quickly using the templates installed in global from Maria's blog

I've scripted some of the work to make things a bit quicker.

Script is called setup-zone.sh

It will do the tedious copying and changing of the templates for you.

It creates a default manifest which you can change later if you like.

The script tells you what to do next.

To call it it's:

NEW: setup-zone.sh zonename initial-vid poolref

Follow the on screen questions

NEW: If you know you want the default manifest, it will create the zone for you too

Make sure you ensure the zone backup script is called in cron for your new zone!


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  1. FRANCISCO

    Hello Maria,
    i don’t see the script setup-zone.sh, can you post it ?

    I’am looking too for an example about a manifest to install a local zone. Can you send me one sample manifest ?

    Thanks in advance

    18 Jun 2015, 11:28

  2. Maria MacCallum

    Hello,

    It was more for internal consumption, I will check it over and send you a version, can you email me, my email is m.maccallum at warwick.ac.uk

    Regards, Maria

    18 Jun 2015, 11:45


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