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Gentoo: Installing / Administering on Multiple Machines

Hello, I've been running Gentoo on a personal basis for a very long 
time, but I've never used it at work. I would like to propose its use 
here at my company to replace our RedHat 9.0 machines.

Is there any documentation around on the best way to install, maintain 
and keep mulitple machines up-to date with Gentoo?

We have a heterogenious mix of P3 and P4 machines used as developer 
Workstations. I'd like to either do a stage 3 install on each machine 
and then keep them synced somehow, or alternatively, build a set of 
packages for our lowest-common-denominator machine configuration, and 
then install that on each machine. Are there any opinions or docs out 
there on how to do that, or is there another, better method?



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