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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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?
There is not a single task on a Unix / Linux server, that you cannot perform from command line. While there are some user interface available to make some of the sysadmin task easy, you really don’t need them and should be using command line all the time.
The unix sysadmin where I'm working is reluctant to give me access to change my login shell from ksh to bash. He has given various excuses, the funniest being that since they write all their scripts for ksh they won't work if I try to run them.