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Oct
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answered Suggestion for a simple LDAP server and client
Oct
2
answered CentOS user management through LDAP
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
comment Automated configuration of ldap authentication for RHEL5 servers
Don't include ldap.secret if you don't want root on the clients gain access to your directory. Make sure you include all the SSL certs if you use any. ;)
Oct
2
accepted Does a Sneakernet make sense as a backup strategy?
Oct
2
awarded  Scholar
Oct
2
accepted Is mixing IT infrastructure and development VMs into the same physical machine a bad idea?
Oct
2
comment Is mixing IT infrastructure and development VMs into the same physical machine a bad idea?
Yes I work in a small shop so it's likely that I will be forced to do so soon. Good point on the fact that you can move VMs when it gets bad. :)
Oct
2
comment Is mixing IT infrastructure and development VMs into the same physical machine a bad idea?
Yup - disk performance is always the weakest link...
Oct
2
comment Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
Yes I do find myself doing the same thing as well. Get everything you need on the servers and remote access from a lappy - my choice is a MacBook. Having said that I am looking for a box that does remote backup AND being able to run a few VMs for various things - it's likely to stay at my home so I prefer something that don't sound like a jet engine. :) Thanks for the response so far.
Oct
2
comment Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
Too expensive for too little memory - no thanks. :)
Oct
2
comment Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
That would be my choice if I were only using this as a desktop and not for offsite backup - I have a storage box running OpenSolaris and with ZFS I can do file system snapshots very cheaply. Major advantages being: 1) online scrubbing (fsck). 2) copy-on-write. 3) cheap snapshots 4) easy full/incremental backup to remote sites. Oh and with libvirtd one can manage LinuxKVM, XEN and qemu with the same interface remotely.
Oct
2
comment Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
Yup - I find my workload is usually disk I/O bound not CPU. I will get very similar hardware and is looking for a software setup that can provide storage (I really like snapshots and copy-on-write in ZFS) and the ability to run multiple OS instances (I have more success with XEN/KVM under Linux that XVM server under (open)solaris). Good advice on tax deduction btw. :)
Oct
2
comment Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
new comer here - would clicking the "community wiki" checkbox do the trick?
Oct
2
answered Sell partitioning to me
Oct
2
asked Dream workstation for Sysadmins?
Oct
1
answered What are you implementing for communication in small business enviroments?
Aug
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awarded  Editor
Aug
17
revised Access Solaris folder from Windows without SAMBA
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Aug
14
comment Solaris du --max-depth Equivalent
Chances is that you have GNU du at /usr/gnu/bin/du.