Thursday, August 19, 2004


I'm turning back into a sysadmin these days. Yesterday we went over to the production floor and I installed a new server, set up the KVM SIP and restored our base image to it. Today I finished up most of the other user stuff necessary and turned it over to the customers. Today I was over there again starting the process again on two of our kerberos servers. This time I didn't take over but started from the beginning, requesting ip addresses from network, got to request the ports be turned on, we racked one of the machines and we need to do the other tomorrow or next week. I backed up images of the current servers in preparation to restoring them to these two new machines and then we'll turn them on. These will be a bit more high profile/important since they'll be authentication machines.

Now I need to start transforming my notes into some documentation.


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