Just looking for comments from others. As Niall O Broin replied
off-list, "just about everyone's problem set is different", but there
are a set of common actions everyone has to take in the maintenance of a
production network... updating vendor packages, updating your own
applications, user admin, doing general admin of a box in an unattended
way (such as my previous crontab question). Plenty of security issues of
course, and lots more.
There'll be enough for an article in a few weeks time I think..
Josip Deanovic wrote:
>> On Fri, 2 Feb 2001, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> > on that note, what have other people used for management of lots of
> > similar machines on a network? I've built up a set of shell script that
> > use text tools, nfs, rsync, ssh, cvs.. with plenty of error checking it
> > works very well, but I've rarely seen any documents on this subject.
>> We would have to know whar exactly you want to do.
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