10 Productive Tips For Linux Systems Administrator

Bunch of sysadmin tips, well worth a read. From the article:

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There are thousands of tricks you can learn from someone’s who’s an expert at the command line. The best systems administrators are set apart by their efficiency. And if an efficient systems administrator can do a task in 10 minutes that would take another mortal two hours to complete, then the efficient systems administrator should be rewarded (paid more) because the company is saving time, and time is money, right?

The trick is to prove your efficiency to management. While I won’t attempt to cover that trick in this article, I will give you 10 essential gems from the lazy admin’s bag of tricks. These tips will save you time — and even if you don’t get paid more money to be more efficient, you’ll at least have more time to play Halo.

=> How to be a more productive Linux systems administrator

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  • rac Dec 5, 2008 @ 9:48

    Nice one – thank you! (:

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