Entries Tagged with ‘report’

Often there is a need to add new users after deploying a new Linux box. In my case, I often have to add an user which takes care of the monitoring stuff (e.g. owning the Nagios plugins and executing them). The following little Cfengine 3 code snippet should help you to determine if a specific […]

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During the last weeks I received a lot of positive feedback on my blog posts and the Cfengine 3 code snippets so I started to post them on Twitter. Especially my little article about monitoring the CPU load with Cfengine 3 gained some attention there, that is why I am very motivated to dive in […]

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Keeping yourself up to date about what is happening on your Linux systems can be quite time-consuming. Many sys admins therefore use a little trick: Since the most important logs contain all the informative stuff, many admins install logcheck which reports unusual happenings every 60 minutes via mail. In this way, the admins stay informed […]

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The WHOIS Policy Review Team crafted a draft of their final report and stated, that the common internet user is in most cases unaware of the existence of the WHOIS service (76 percent of asked participants). Furthermore, they describe what actions should be taken in order to improve the WHOIS service (and data accuracy). The WPRT even […]

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