Tim Connors wrote:
I just share /var/cache/apt/archives by nfs between
all my systems (and
make sure you don't update 2 hosts at once unless they're different
I am using ZFS for a package repository which is mounted inside the jail
or host system I want to upgrade (it's part of a script which can do that
on the fly for all jails+host when needed)
Transfer between hosts happens via zfs send/receive.
Having one mountpoint at the time solves the "two at the time" problem -
and scripting others (e.g. the right repository for the right system).
I can imagine similar usage when using Linux and btrfs.