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December 18, 2007  2:44 PM

Splunk: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love log files



Posted by: ITKE
Andrew Kutz, disaster recovery, Linux Done Right, UNIX

Log files may be the most important piece of forensic information we have when determining why a server or application crashes. However, warnings of such a distaster are available to IT administrators. They just have to know where to look (hint: what do you think log files are...

October 2, 2007  12:59 PM

Linux Done Right (personals edition): Linux shop seeks Linux vendor



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Backup & recovery, disaster recovery, Hardware issues, Linux Done Right

Consider this the second in an occasional, meandering series of articles on Linux done right. These aren’t meant to boost the sales of any particular vendor, but instead are meant to show other end users, IT managers and decision makers what to look for when vetting applications and operating...


September 10, 2007  3:38 PM

Linux Done Right: A user’s pleasant surprise



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Enterprise applications for Linux, identity management, Linux basics, Linux desktops, Linux Done Right, Linux versus Windows, Open source applications, Samba, support

Consider this the first in an occasional, meandering series of articles on Linux done right. These aren't meant to boost the sales of any particular vendor, but instead are meant to show other end users, IT managers and decision makers what to look for when vetting applications and operating...


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