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Automating Linux and Unix System Administration by Nathan Campi, Kirk Bauer

Automating Linux and Unix System Administration


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Automating Linux and Unix System Administration by Nathan Campi, Kirk Bauer

The author focuses solely on how UNIX and Linux system administrators can use well-known tools to automate tasks, even across multiple systems.


From the reviews:

While automating a system is the dream of all sysadmins, there is such a thing as too much automation. Thankfully, this book recognises it. It covers just everything a sysadmin needs to know ... . If you're a sysadmin - get this book, you won't be sorry. Highly recommended. (Paul F. Johnson, CVU/ ACCU/ Reviews, February, 2004)

About the Author

Nathan Campi is a UNIX and Linux system administrator by trade, working as a UNIX operations manager in San Francisco. His system administration experience is almost entirely with companies with large-scale web operations based on open source software. In his copious free time, he enjoys jogging, watching spaghetti westerns, experimenting with Linux systems, and spending time with his family.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st December 2008


Nathan Campi, Kirk Bauer

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APress an imprint of Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG


448 pages


Network management



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