Imagine having a trustworthy, loyal, and dependable UNIX(r) expert on call 24 hours a day. This book is the next best thing. One of the hardest things about managing a UNIX-based business computing system is that UNIX lacks the mainframe-oriented controls found in other operating systems. But, as Michael Ault clearly demonstrates in this valuable guide, there are a number of hidden features and easy-to-perform techniques that can make UNIX system management simpler than you ever imagined. UNIX System Administrator's Companion provides IT managers with expert advice and guidance on virtually every aspect of UNIX systems administration, security management, tuning, and troubleshooting. An invaluable resource for newcomers and seasoned UNIX administrators alike, it features careful, step-by-step coverage of: * Setup and configuration * File and user management * Communications * Terminals and peripherals * System security management * Auditing and tuning * Basic and advanced topics. Packed with tips, techniques, and expert guidance, UNIX System Administrator's Companion is the next best thing to having a reliable, faithful, and dedicated UNIX expert on call 24 hours a day. Covers all major versions of UNIXKernel errors File system errors The first indication of a problem may be a series of console messages followed by a crash dump and/or a boot to single-user. As I said before, the first thing you do when your system fails to start up or crashes isanbsp;...
|Title||:||UNIX System Administrator's Companion|
|Author||:||Michael R. Ault|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 1996|