Entries Tagged with ‘analyze’

Welcome to my next blog post about Puppet. This one covers something I found on another blog, so it is nothing I “invented” or something like that. During the last weeks, I spent much time writing Puppet manifests for several tasks, e.g. preventing logrotate from stumbling across wrong file permissions and stuff like that. At […]

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Today I noticed that it might be useful to backup some folders on one of my VMs from time to time. At first I thought about creating a new cron job, but then I noticed that Cfengine 3 is running on that VM. So – why not letting Cfengine 3 do all the work? Writing […]

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Recently, I had to use Ntop to analyze the network traffic of one customer file server. Ntop shows the traffic per interface and there per protocol, source IP and offers many other ways of showing you what happens in your network. Ntop is great; however, I observed this tool taking many system resources since it […]

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