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Old 06-17-2015, 07:59 AM   #1
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Deploy apache and openssl


To address the vulnerabilities, we upgraded the openssl by compiling from the source and recompiling apache with the upgraded openssl.

Is there a way to deploy the upgraded openssl and apache to other servers that supporting the same platform in the shortest time?

If the deployment can be done by copying, what are the relevant folders to copy?

Thanks in advance.
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What distro are you running?

A good way is to use a package manager to turn them into an rpm or apt package.
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How to go about it?
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It really depends on how you installed it.

Since you built it yourself, you have control over where it put the binaries.

I used to do it by putting the binaries in /usr/local/app-version, then I could just tar up the "app-version" directory tree and get everything for that application and version.

In one place (all systems were the same, and we had a storage area net), I just installed it there and exported it via NFS.


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