[nycbug-talk] USENIX Guru Session on SysAdministration
rick at cuc.com
Thu Jul 1 22:36:12 EDT 2004
On Thu, 1 Jul 2004, Jesse Callaway wrote:
> for REAL, I'm all over CVS for server management. Sounds like CVS could
> be used for a lot of cloney stuff.
CVS is used for version control for larger projects. For sysadmins, RCS
works fine for keeping track of changes to config files. It's extremely
simple to use and makes reverting back to non-hosed versions of a
config file a breeze. It allows you to go back to any previous
version of a file or just look at what changes have been made and
By "cloney" do you mean keeping config files between multiple machines in
sync? rsync is great for that.
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