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accepted Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
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comment Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
cut -f1 will probablz be faster than awk, and like commented on Khaled answer, diff won't always returns a right result. The solution with comm really please for now... However I'm missing a version which lists only manually installed packages.
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comment Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
The problem with the diff output is that it can't directly be fed to apt-get to reinstall everything in an automatic way... And like proposed Shellholic, using comm is better in this particular case, diff might provide wrong results if the package list is really long.
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comment Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
@Zoredache I'm currently looking in some better way to manage all this, but in the meantime I wanted to find some quick way to save the state of the servers just in case. Thanks for the link !
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comment Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
This will save the entire list of package, and it is exactly the solution I used to restore the servers. But now, to ease the process in the future, I want to only save the list of packages that is different from the base server.
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asked Compute a list of difference between packages installed on two hosts
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comment running cron on every 10 minutes
you can use */10 instead of the enumeration, it means every 10 minutes
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answered Is there a method to instantly, dynamically switch between several sets of name servers on a single domain with code?
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