Hi,I realize I am way over my head with this CentOS system, I have inherited it from an old sysadmin, and I am in no way a sysadmin.My situation is this:Old sysa... [by daniel]
on 01/23/2012 – Made popular on 01/23/2012
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For specific issues that should be fixed. Bugs can be hidden if
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Here's the situation: my company runs a website, but we don't have anybody in-house qualified to be a sysadmin, so when something goes awry, we're very much at the mercy of our hosting provider's helpdesk.* We're having a severe problem with our server, and I need some help sorting it out.
(* -- Yes, this is a terrible position to be in, and at the very least we should have a plan where our host
Can anyone give me a practical example of how a system admin (or two) looking after Citrix farms of 15/20/40 servers in size differs from a team of admins looking after farms with numbers in the 000's of servers?
I'm looking to progress my career and need some ideas to up skill?
I’ll be conducting a hands-on workshop on Linux sysadmin. This will be an one day event with focus on hands-on training. In this all day workshop, you’ll be working on several lab exercises on a Linux system.