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I could certainly see how this could be done - but it would require persistent filesystem snapshots. The obvious method would be LVM snapshots (although I am personally not an ...
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- 09-11-2009 #11
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I could certainly see how this could be done - but it would require persistent filesystem snapshots. The obvious method would be LVM snapshots (although I am personally not an LVM fan.)
Something along the lines of:
> OS is running - snapshot is created (manually or automated.)
> Updates are applied and filesystem is changed.
> Upon normal reboot, OS doesn't boot.
> Reboot again - a GRUB option was previously added that boots a very basic kernel/shell. The shell gives a menu - here are the snapshots available - do you want to rollback to one? User selects a time before update and filesystem is reverted to snapshot.
> System reboots - now the normal GRUB option will boot successfully.
- 09-13-2009 #12
- 01-31-2010 #13
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