Randy Appleton is a professor of Computer Science in the cold north of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. He teaches the networking, operating systems, and system administration courses. He’s been working with Linux since kernel version 0.9.
In his spare time he pilots a small airplane and rides a motorcycle.
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System administrators are very busy people. Often a bit of common sense programming can go a long way towards eliminating some of the drudgery and error associated with system administration. Examples included.
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We benchmarked Ubuntu, Suse and Redhat. We ran many tests of many different features. We know which system is fastest for which purpose.
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