Bookmarks for 13 nov 2009 through 18 nov 2009

These are my links for 13 nov 2009 through 18 nov 2009:

  • AIX tips for RHEL4 administrators – Summary: Are you broadening your skills as a Linux® systems administrator into various flavors of UNIX®? Have you found yourself in charge of IBM® UNIX servers on short notice? Get a rundown of the differences and similarities between Red Hat Enterprise Linux and IBM AIX® so that you can perform day-to-day activities with ease.
  • 5 Impressive Real-Life Google Wave Use Cases – Should you happen to be one of those people, we’ve got a number of different resources that you can use to get up to speed with Google Wave. This time around, however, we wanted to look at how people are actually using it now. From process modelling and customer service, to project collaboration, annotation, and gaming, the examples listed here highlight the power of the newborn medium, and in part, showcase what we can expect as the platform matures.
  • Remus – Remus provides transparent, comprehensive high availability to ordinary virtual machines running on the Xen virtual machine monitor. It does this by maintaining a completely up-to-date copy of a running VM on a backup server, which automatically activates if the primary server fails.

Bookmarks for 6 nov 2009 through 13 nov 2009

These are my links for 6 nov 2009 through 13 nov 2009:

  • Remus – Remus provides transparent, comprehensive high availability to ordinary virtual machines running on the Xen virtual machine monitor. It does this by maintaining a completely up-to-date copy of a running VM on a backup server, which automatically activates if the primary server fails.
  • Using alt_disk_copy – Summary: The alt_disk_copy is a built-in AIX® utility that allows the cloning of a running rootvg. alt_disk_copy is typically used for upgrades that effect the running of AIX, cloning of disks for migration, and online backups of rootvg.
    [Ce ne saranno da fare un tot nei prossimi mesi di upgrade di TL… speruma]
  • Sys Admin Pocket Survival Guide – Howdy there! This is my collection of notes that I have collected over the years as a Sys Admin. I am sharing them here hoping that they will be useful to you. These are concise notes to refresh your mind on how to do certain things, maybe you know what need to be done on one platform but don't know the commands on another. Or maybe just pointers for you to read up the relevan man pages or know what to google for 🙂 They are work in progress, I know I need to polish up my notes so that other can make sense of them. As time permits…

Bookmarks for 30 ott 2009 through 2 nov 2009

These are my links for 30 ott 2009 through 2 nov 2009:

  • The Complete Guide to Google Wave: How to Use Google Wave – The Complete Guide to Google Wave is a comprehensive user manual by Gina Trapani with Adam Pash.

    Google Wave is a new web-based collaboration tool that's notoriously difficult to understand. This guide will help. Here you'll learn how to use Google Wave to get things done with your group. Because Wave is such a new product that's evolving quickly, this guidebook is a work in progress that will update in concert with Wave as it grows and changes. Read more about The Complete Guide to Google Wave.

  • Dive Into HTML5 – Dive Into HTML5 seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards. I shall publish Drafts periodically, as time permits. Please send feedback. The final manuscript will be published on paper by O’Reilly, under the Google Press imprint (though perhaps under a different title). The Work will remain online under the CC-BY-3.0 License.

    [via Fullo.net]

  • Free e-book: Windows 7 troubleshooting tips | Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft virtualization blog – Do you hate when you (as a system administrator or tech support) get a call from somebody from your office, with question: “What’s wrong with my PC? Come here and fix it!”? I’m sure you do. And most of the problems can be solved easily by users themselves, without the need for you intervention. But it seems they just like to call you. There is a solution for your problem.