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Nov
10
comment Minimizing Disk Space for CentOS & Vagrant VM Install
If you are not ecessarily insisting on CentOS, you might want to give SUSE Studio a try.
Nov
3
comment Remote filesystem with files caching
@zepatou another alternative could be using a distributed version control system (git, mercurial, ...) - that could help with possible clashing updates from different machines (you could run it over ssh and with compression). However, it would only work reasonably for text files. On the other hand, you'd have a history to go back to if something went wrong.
Nov
2
comment How do you create large, growable, shared filesystems on Linux at AWS?
@Reece Question is whether you trust the device mapper - iirc, most of the LVM is actually user-space tools backed by dm. You would need not-too-ancinet kernel though (2.6.33+ - see wiki).