[Ubuntu-ma] Monitoring linux
ISLAM Abou El Ata
kindyroot at gmail.com
Mer 15 Sep 12:28:14 BST 2010
Morocco Casablanca, in Systemum (where the software freedom day will be held
btw), with Abdrahman Elkafil.
On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 11:11 AM, Nordin <bouchtaoui at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 15-9-2010 12:57, ISLAM Abou El Ata wrote:
> > Salam,
> > I have a spreadsheet with all in-house servers, credentials, systems,
> > versions, descriptions, addresses, .. etc and I just use that on a daily
> > basis. I keep it simple and stupid. If it's too stupid with one server I
> > keep a text file with more details.
> KISS (keep it simple & stupid) is, for me, a smart way to not make
> things complicated if it shouldn't.
> > We also have an internal wiki (now integrated in OpenERP)
> Sounds good, I like that too.
> > But I am planning to experiment with Zabbix and see how I like it.
> > We only have 7 in-house servers right now, not a big deal. but clients
> > servers (located in their places) are for sure in the two digits. For
> > we edit a document that I call "Guide d'utilisation du serveur XXXX" with
> > all the details and we deliver a copy to the client. If an access is
> > all the details about the machine and the hosted service are in the
> > document. Furthermore, someone is always trained to run the service and
> > after it, watch for alerts, .. etc. So, if something happens, they just
> > to pick up the phone or drop an e-mail.
> > Now some people will want to call me a dinosaure, but this is just the
> way I
> > work.
> Let people talk, but personally it looks good to me. Actually that's an
> example what I was looking for, thnx.
> Are working in Morocco or abroad?
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