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Sharing problems, tips, and experiences in Systems Administration, especially the human side.
It seems like more and more customers from all walks and industries are using online means of payment. I think every client I've had, save one, in the last two years has either had an online payment…Continue
Started by Wesley "Nonapeptide" in Jobs and Skills May 4.
How many folks are interested in going to the CentOS dojo in Scottsdale Arizona? More information can be seen here: …Continue
Started by Wesley "Nonapeptide" in New User Information Apr 29.
HI, I have been looking at installing the yum-priorities package on the centos systems I manage. I think it's a good idea, because we have some additional repos installed ...So I have worked down…Continue
Here is some practical tutorial how to be instantly notified when something is going wrong in your system. Let's say you want to get an immediate alert if errors appear in some log file (it can be application log , system log or anything else).
So here we go.
1. Register a free account with Corp2World notification service at https://corp2world.com/Home/LogInAndSignup
There are still many server environments around where it seems to be normal that each and everyone from the IT department acts as a domain administrator. Mostly this is tolerated because of the simplicity of server management. The same is true for a lot of service accounts which are being used on server side.This way the application administrator doesn't have to worry about any access rights locally and within the Active Directory infrastructure.
The easiest way to reduce the domain…Continue
Posted by Thomas Stensitzki on March 22, 2011 at 4:02pm