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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ... or not.

    Two good alternatives:

    1) Do the swap thing as you said; if you do it right then swapping back will just be copying over a bunch of files. I like to make installations of projects as self contained as possibly for that reason. On FreeBSD I usually make a perl/apache+mod_perl installation in /home/perl (a script installs Perl and the CPAN modules). Each project then run as their own user, with their own httpd.conf, apachectl and all. Moving a project is just a matter of rsyncing /home/foo.

    2)
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    -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();

    • I'm tempted to JDI. I'd need to reserve a weekend or an evening for it, but I guess it could be done. What scares me most is knowing what I'll miss in the backup - My MP3's take up most of the space, so I'd have to figure out a way to store those temporarily. Perhaps I'll just buy a new computer - that's always the easiest way ;-) I bet I could just about afford a 600 or 700 Mhz pentium second hand.
      • by mirod (2686) on 2002.03.19 6:59 (#6115)

        Maybe you could just buy an extra disk. 80G go for really cheap this days, even in France. They also tend to fill-up just as fast as 40M used to a couple of years ago, darn MP3s and AVIs (not to mention people would crank up modules by the dozen)!