Poor Sysadmin's Guide to Remote Linux Admin
O'Reilly talks about
"One part of the answer to this common dilemma is to install a daemon-monitoring daemon (hereafter, DMD) and to invest in a wireless sysadmin device. But the real trick is doing that within the confines of a limited budget. If you've got one or a few servers running Linux remotely colocated, especially if they're halfway across the country, where you got a great deal on bandwidth, then this two-part article series is for you."
(Submitted by Noel Mon May 20, 2002 )
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