SALI (Sara Automatic Linux Installer) is a tool that allows you to install Linux on multiple machines at once. It support several protocols for downloading by way of aria2 to install a machine. For example, BitTorrent and rsync are supported. SALI originates from SystemImager and still uses the same philosophy. It is a scalable method for performing unattended installation. SALI is mostly used in cluster setups.
|Tags||Bittorrent Installation/Setup Clustering Tools Recovery Tools System Administration rsync automatic replication|
|Operating Systems||Unix Linux|
|Implementation||shell script C Python autotools|
Release Notes: A bug when specifying a value of zero to the partition command to use the rest of the disk was fixed.
Release Notes: This release changes the build setup for xmlrpc-c to make sure the command xmlrpc is available in SALI.
Release Notes: This is a major release. All packages have been updated to their latest versions. module-init-tools has been replaced with kmod. Support has been dropped for ReiserFS and the PPC64 architecture.
Release Notes: This release updates the kernel version to 3.8.2, adds a script to make sure all the needed firmware is available in /lib/firmware, and adds the server tools in the tar.gz.
Release Notes: This release adds some files and a shell script which allow you create an ISO which can be burned to a CD or can be used to create an bootable USB drive.