Debian updating etch
Security updates are often made available, potentially even daily.Very occasional other updates are made in the form of new 'point releases' of Debian stable.e2label(8) or xfs_admin(8)), writing LABEL=, e.g., 'LABEL=Boot' or 'UUID=3e6be9de-8139-11d1-9106-a43f08d823a6'.This will make the system more robust: adding or removing a SCSI disk changes the disk device name but not the filesystem volume label." (See 'Auto backup a server to a hotswap USB disk' for how we treat the backup disk) Label the disks as per how they appear in Note that a kernel upgrade, even a minor one, will restore the above line back to the original style of device reference, for each kernel entry, whether or not you updated the other kernels in the list.I also provide a menu driven command-line program, called Twix, to help you install most of what is covered in this document and configure some of it. Work in progress: - 11 September 2012 - Advice on changing Postfix's message size limit mistakenly said to use a value in kilobytes, rather than in bytes.
From the fstab man page: "Instead of giving the device explicitly, one may indicate the (ext2 or xfs) filesystem that is to be mounted by its UUID or volume label (cf.Apart from when using LVM, files involved in the Linux boot process by default use the disk device reference, rather than a reference that isn't subject to change.If the USB-attached disk is attached on startup then most of the time, but not always, some way into loading the system Linux fails because the USB-attached disk has been recognised as and part of the kernel is trying to be loaded from the backup disk.In My SQL, Apache, amavis (or some other part of the mail server, possibly also postfix) require the hosts file to be set correctly.My SQL will only install if the system already has a non-numeric hostname that is resolvable via the ; if it returns just the machine's name, i.e.
This is particulrly problematic if you administer the machine remotely.