Automate Linux with cfengine

Posted by tuxchick on Nov 11, 2005 11:11 PM EDT
Enterprise Networking Planet; By Carla Schroder
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As your Linux/Unix network grows, you're probably going to get tired of running around to individual machines to do updates and fixes, unless it's part of your fitness program. My ideal sysadmin scenario is rather like Dr. Evil's submarine lair: lounge about with a cat on my lap, occasionally pushing a button. Only I have no grand ambitions to conquer the world; I just don't like doing my modest chores the hard way. Cfengine (Configuration engine) is just the tool for streamlining hardworking system and network administrator's lives...Cfengine has two primary uses: Pushing out changes to all hosts on a network, regardless of operating system or hardware configuration. Automatically keeping all systems in a correct, stable state.

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