Contributed by sean on from the we need no stinkin' spindles dept.
Robert de Bock has written a nice recipe to diskless(8) boot an OpenBSD machine.
"This can be used to boot any machine that has no disks and supports pxeboot. The advantage is you save a little money on not buying hard-disks, but on the other hand, the "server" that serves everything must be always on..."
Along with configuration examples, he also provides VMWare fusion virtual machines if you would like to test this recipe on a virtual network.
Read the entire article at http://meinit.nl/openbsd-diskless-install.
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