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On Mon, 3 May 2010, yum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Yes, indeed. If you plan to manage a large enough farm of system (e.g. webserver farm) then you could also think about putting the configurations into RPMs, though it takes a certain amount of work to circumvent the various file conflicts. I built a PoC environment with that and can tell you that it is possible and also has several advantages over classical configuration management solutions (cfengine, bcfg2, puppet), but comes at a certain price of extra work and thinking.
I've done the PoC before - but it is FULL of tricky and lots of extra work to keep the config rpms current.
I don't think it's impossible - but I think in a lot of environments it is less practical.
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