I have multiple headless images that run Pier for 5+ years using:
- the standard image persistency
- the in-image RFB server
This setup works very well with headless images and doesn't require
X11. If you need, you can easily manage the image from anywhere.
On 15 June 2013 13:23, Markus Fritsche <fritsche.markus(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am running my interwebz experiments on a virtual server which doesn't have
an X11 stack.
What is the best way to run Pier on such a setup (my server is usually left
alone for weeks) for
- persistency of the image/ Pier kernel
- managing the image itself (is there a remote workspace)
The standard Seaside "screenshot"-Tool seems to be more of a last resort.
How do you manage your headless instances?
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