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comment Linux: productive sysadmins without root (securing intellectual property)?
You'd probably struggle to hire, yes. It'd be an instant show stopper for me as I like to actually get things done and it would cripple my work enjoyment.
Feb
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comment Linux: productive sysadmins without root (securing intellectual property)?
True, but that seems hugely impractical for anyone but the largest organizations.
Feb
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comment Linux: productive sysadmins without root (securing intellectual property)?
The reason this smells like a people problem is because it's a people problem.
Jan
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comment PowerBroker Open group listings and enumeration
yup that's the bug i ran into, and i put a bountry on this question. no reply - so i guess noone seems to know exactly how the magic --level 1 works !
Dec
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comment PowerBroker Open group listings and enumeration
the effect of this issue by the way is that whenever i add a new group to requiremembershipof, i have to run the magical --level command. I don't like magic.
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comment perform a full server backup using ssh centos
my point is, you needed a backup regardless of if their drives break or not. but yes, you should be able to copy the file off the machine using ssh (scp specifically). The exact command depends on the filename of the zip on the remote machine.
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comment Soft limit vs Hard limit?
ulimits and quotas are different beasts
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answered How do I prevent accidental rm -rf /*?