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Re: [opensuse-project] openSUSE 2016 picture
On Saturday 30 November 2013 06.40:51 Rajko wrote:
The easiest way would be to have 2 installations, one that we run, and
another that is initially just copy of first, but will be updated.
After update, reboot and you are in a brand new system. If it works you
keep it, if not back to working and report a problem.

This would mean that we have only half of disk space, but with basic
RAID we waste space at the same rate and we have no protection from
failed updates.

BTW, with two systems in place we don't have to update grub. Install it
once and after verification that it works, don't touch it. Kernel and
initrd can be 2 times 2 symlinks to partitions and real kernels and
initrds.


If you pay me the second 1TB ssd drive I need in my laptop I could afford such
a system.
The only way is : Having factory with almost no crash or clash.

Why I stop debugging and using factory, was the fact that I lost ~12 days of
full paid days in a year.
This represent a big amount of money (the real one). And also a pure lost of
useful contribution time.

I want to contribute, more and more, help me !
:-)

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