[sf-lug] reminder--sf-lug meeting: colocation
jim at well.com
Sat Nov 4 18:08:03 PST 2006
thanks for the bookcrossing.com recommend and
for (bwahaha) volunteering.
the colo part is occasionally to go to Spear Street
in the event the machine itself needs attention (new
drive or something).
the remote admin part is making sure the filesystems
aren't full, backups work, no evil monkey (escept for
our own em) has invaded, etc.
how's your HTML? Python? Plone...?
On Nov 4, 2006, at 11:35 AM, Jason Turner wrote:
> Wow -- has it been a month already?
> I'll be there tomorrow but I'll take this opportunity to sign up as a
> back-up person to you, Jim. And I mean in general, for the SF-LUG
> website and the potential new colo box. But what does that mean,
> I've lost track of the projects and potential projects that may/not
> be in progress around the group. Hell, I'm guilty of recommending a
> few at the last meeting and not following up... until now. For those
> that remember me mumbling about a book sharing website, it was http://
> www.bookcrossing.com/ that I was thinking of.
> Anyways, I'll reserve the rest of my questions for tomorrow.
> On Nov 4, 2006, at 9:29 AM, jim stockford wrote:
>> Tomorrow, Sunday, 11/5, at the Javacat on Geary
>> at 20th, from 11 AM till 1 PM:
>> Paul Lancaster will talk on colocation in general
>> and ServePath in particular and answer questions.
>> At the meeting we can arrange a tour of the Spear
>> Street facility.
>> If you're interested in helping SF-LUG by being a
>> back-up person who may occasionally have to go
>> to the Spear Street location to work on our machine,
>> please come to this meeting (or at least let me know
>> you're interested so I can summarize). Note your
>> name must be on an approved list to access the
>> building to work on our machine.
>> I have not yet gotten around to building the box,
>> though plans (thanks to Bobbi, Rick, Nathan, and
>> others) are fairly well along--partitions, RAID 1 for
>> most partitions.... What's left to plan is what software
>> to install (and where/how, I plan to add UseMod wiki)
>> and security/hardening means (if no one suggests
>> otherwise, I'll use Bastille and hope for the best). All
>> my plans are subject to criticism--i'm used to it.
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