shared between virtualname /usr


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It is planned to have several virtuallock under Xen on a Debian or Ubuntu server.
I want to make one /usr partition for all virtuallock (and maybe even /bin /sbin /lib).

What rake here can occur?

So far I see only one:
add/update any package can lead to changes in /etc and /var that must be somehow tricky to transfer to another section.
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Will get a lot of rake.
And reduce to nothing all the advantages of virtualization.
On usr not much to save
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and what's the point? maybe better to do thin clients?
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Try to use compression at filesystem level (something like fusecompress). You will have many of the same files, so you can rely on a good grip.
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