|How can I assign the kernel to let client use that ?|
|Two methods are available when you install DRBL, one is to use the running kernel in the server, the other one is to use the kernel package (rpm or deb):|
(1)drblsrv-offline -s `uname -r`
This means you will let client use the same kernel which DRBL server is running.
(2)To use some kernel rpm or deb to let client use, you have to download the kernel package first, for example, download kernel-2.6.18-8.1.4.el5.i686.rpm from any rpm repository, then:
drblsrv-offline -k kernel-2.6.18-8.1.4.el5.i686.rpm
The kernel you specify for client to use must comply with the CPU arch of client. If you are not sure, you can try to use i586 kernel. However, you will lose the optimization.
For more options about drblsrv-offline, you can run "drblsrv-offline -h" to show that.