remote install process/practice

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Hi.

Got a question that nees clarification. Viewed a few sites and have
come across different approaches. So figured I'd ask here...

I've got a situation where I have a number of remote servers, that
need to be setup to install either Centos/Fedora or RHEL.

All the systems have an older version of linux, but we want to bring
them up to date, and the same OS.

So, what's the best approach to accomplish this.

One guy I talked to implied that you had to be at the console! I'm
inclined to disagree...

All the systems are hooked up to the network. I've got root access to
remotely access all machines..

So, thoughts/comments/pointers on this would be appreciated!!

Thanks
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