pkg or ports.
Albert.Shih at obspm.fr
Tue Feb 18 18:30:11 UTC 2014
Le 18/02/2014 à 19:07:59+0100, Patrick Lamaiziere a écrit
> Le Tue, 18 Feb 2014 18:01:42 +0100,
> Albert Shih <Albert.Shih at obspm.fr> a écrit :
> > I'm little lost since FreeBSD introduce pkgng.
> > Should I use pkgng or the ports (like I did before ?)
> This is two differents things, ports build packages and pkg manages the
> packages. You can use both.
> > My server is manage through puppet, so I would like to use pkg for
> > some « basic » packages (like bash, vim etc..) but want ports system
> > for important thing (like postgresql-server) because I can tune the
> > option.
> I suggest to use poudriere to build your own packages (using your
> options). Then it is very easy to upgrade a full machine with pkg
> upgrade -f
> And you are sur that the packages set is consistant.
> > But in that way how I manage to maintaint up2date ALL packages ?
> poudriere and pkg :-)
One more question (probably stupid...):
My server use jail, can I use the host to build and use it on all jail
? or should I use a jail for poudriere ?
Thanks for the help
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