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authorHarald Pfeiffer <harald.pfeiffer _> 2018-07-10 10:16:35 +0200
committerHarald Pfeiffer <harald.pfeiffer _> 2018-07-10 10:16:35 +0200
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Updated README to match commit @ea030c2
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@@ -7,6 +7,8 @@ Some examples:
* freshclam? No reason for it on Debian, but on Fedora (no package with a service on FC28).
* KVM machines? libvirtd-guests is great, but not always wanted or available.
+ (Obsolete exmple, that is now in a repo of its own. The idea behind still
+ works ;) )
Consider this repository examples for now. Some of this is still heavy WiP,
e.g. the KVM stuff is still too specific and not all dependencies required,
@@ -24,20 +26,3 @@ self-explanatory. Therein, you'll find the following:
for administering this is called freshclamd, it does not
interfere with anything on a Fedora 28. Rename it if your
distro is different, a Debian user will not need this at all ;)
-* **kvm-\*:** Stuff I wrote for starting and stopping KVM networks and virtual
- machines through systemd. Networks usually are covered by the
- autostart function of KVM, and machines can be safely shut down
- with libvirt-guests - but in this scenario I wanted to automate
- through and integrate everything into systemd services, so,
- well - here we are.<br/>
- The script usr/local/bin/kvmhelper can also serve as a shortcut
- or beautification, but its main purpose is to serve the systemd
- units as a short-definition target with timeouts in itself to
- come before the systemd timeout, *and* this has proper failure
- values for a systemd unit (stop machine, oh it's down? not a
- failure, we're satisfied!)
-* **cluster-\*:** A simple systemd target describing dependencies on three
- *KVM* machines (see above) which form a pacemaker (Red Hat pcs)
- cluster, so they should be alive at the same time. One systemd
- unit instead of a long command, whey! :)