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IT Management Linux News for Jan 13, 2011

  • Nested-RAID: RAID-5 and RAID-6 Based Configurations (2011-01-13 20:34:00)
    Linux Magazine: "A Nested RAID configuration is built on top of a standard single-level RAID configuration in order to address performance and data redundancy limitations. Digging deeper into Nested RAID, we check out RAID-5 and RAID-6, which have some truly amazing features"

  • Arch Linux is Tops In the Server Room (2011-01-13 17:04:44)
    Linux Planet: "Linux server admins prefer lean, reliable, manageable Linux distributions, and Arch Linux is one of the best."

  • Version Vexations: Keeping Big Linux Operations on the Same Page (2011-01-13 16:04:44)
    TechNewsWorld: "As data centers have grown in complexity, so has the task of keeping all or even most of the machines on the same page in terms of Linux version control and modeling."

  • Open source Wireshark sniffs new 1.4.3 network traffic (2011-01-13 15:04:44)
    Netstat -vat: "If you've ever had to audit/capture network traffic, you've likely used the open source wireshark (formerly Ethereal) application."

  • Using SBackup as Data Backup and Recovery Tools in Linux (2011-01-13 14:34:44)
    TechSource: "After showing you how to use Back In Time, it is time to feature another simple backup tool called SBackup (also known as Simple Backup Suite)."

  • Replacing Microsoft Exchange Server with an open source alternative (2011-01-13 13:04:44)
    Linux User and Developer: "Zimbra is the first enterprise-grade open source alternative for Microsoft Exchange Server. Read on to find out how to set up your own open source collaboration and email server and finally wave goodbye to Microsoft Exchange"

  • Transferring Linux over the network. (2011-01-13 11:34:44)
    IT Toolbox: "So I did what any good Borg would do and mashed the two together to make one monster, multi-cpu, fat ram beastie. The only thing left to do was install Linux on it."

  • 10 Tips to Secure Your WordPress Blog (2011-01-13 04:34:44)
    Webreference: "Protect Your Plugins Directory-- The plugins for your WordPress blog are installed under the blog/wp-content/plugins directory."