I am a big fan of OpenSUSE MicroOS and have deployed quite a few installations over the past year.
While rebooting very reguarly is not bad (or even healthy) for virtual machines, I find it a little bit too frequently on bare metal.
Since OpenSUSE Leap Micro 5.2 became available, it is probably the better choice for bare metal systems.
Now the obvious question: According to a random person on the internet it is trivially possible to migrate an OpenSUSE Tumbleweed installation to OpenSUSE Leap (sounds legit, but I have not done this yet).
As MicroOS coheres with Leap Micro as Tumbleweed with Leap, the same principle may be applicable for those.
I would simply:
- Uninstall packages that are unavailable for Leap Micro,
- Delete Repositories of MicroOS,
- Add Repositories of Leap Micro,
- Refresh Repositories,
- Transactional Update,
Before I try this myself:
- Has anyone any objections why this must be impossible?
- Has anyone successfully done this yet?
- Any encouraging comments?