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Wouldn't you like to automate the tedious daily tasks of system administration? Automating UNIX and Linux Administration will show you how, by exploring existing tools and offering real-world examples. Parts of the book are Linux-specific, but most of it applies to a UNIX system, including multiple variants of UNIX. Author Kirk Bauer briefly overviews tools and technologies-and assumes preliminary knowledge about editing a configuration file or mounting a file system. The techniques, methods, and tools in this book will help you manage a single system-but will prove especially powerful across multiple systems. No matter if the systems are desktops, servers, or Beowulf clusters-all of them will benefit from this automation. And managing five to five thousand systems will become a simpler task!
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