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* Teaches Unix/Linux system administrators what they need to know to avoid system breakdowns
* Explains a variety of tasks that are vital for an administrator, including programming small scripts, user administration, documentation, installation, setting up a test system, preventative maintenance techniques, and data security
* Includes a companion CD-ROM with third-party software used in the book and all of the code and figures
About the Author
Erik M. Keller (Munich, Germany) is a freelance consultant and trainer. He has over 18 years of experience on Unix/Linux as an administrator, consultant, DBA, trainer, and developer.
Table of Contents
Foreword Preface Chapter 1 Things to Check Chapter 2 Working on *NIX Chapter 3 Maintenance Chapter 4 Backup Chapter 5 Setting Up a System Chapter 6 The Test System and the 'Secure' System Chapter 7 Security Chapter 8 Thats It (Almost) Appendix A One Liners Appendix B Software Used in This Book and Where to Get It Appendix C Internet Appendix D About the CD-ROM Index