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eBook: Spacewalk: The Red Hat Satellite Project - Your open source solution for Linux systems management (Fedora, CentOS, SLE and Debian)

 
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Waldirio Manhães Pinheiro

Atualmente é Arquiteto de Soluções na Red Hat. Foi Diretor Técnico da IesBrazil Consultoria e Serviços no Rio de Janeiro. Atua na área de computação desde 1999. Possui certificações da Sun Microsystems (SCSA e SCNA), da LPI e da Red Hat (RHCA, RHCE, RHCDS e RHCI). Possui graduação em Ciência da Computação, extensão em Geofísica do Petróleo e pós-graduação em Geologia do Petróleo e Gás. 

 

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He is Solution architect in Red Hat. Was technical Director at IesBrazil Consultoria e Serviços on Rio de Janeiro. Has been working on computing area since 1999. Certified on Sun Microsystems (SCSA and SCNA), LPI and on Red Hat (RHCSA, RHCE, RHCDS and RHCI). Graduated in Computer Science with extension in Oil Geophysics, and pos graduated in Oil and Gas Geology. Waldirio was born in 1978 in Campos dos Goytacazes and now lives on Rio de Janeiro with his wife and kids.

 

The purpose of this book is to share with readers the best practices for Spacewalk implementation and management, a top level project that helps to manage Linux devices (Fedora, CentOS, Debian and SLE).

Reading the book you will be able to install and manage Spacewalk, manage and monitor servers and/or workstations of your environment, keep available errata to registered systems updated and applied, perform auditing routines in all servers (based on OpenSCAP), perform advance network management of Spacewalk, implement a complete management per command line and generate several reports that can be used as environment performance indicators.

It's a great and essential book for professionals who work directly with management and / or Linux environments support as well as for professionals who are passionate about computing in general.

1. Proposal and first steps 

     1.1. Proposal

     1.2. Spacewalk project 

     1.3. Basic Concepts

            1.3.1. Centralized Management

            1.3.2. RPM Packages

     1.4. Installing

            1.4.1. Prerequisites

            1.4.2. Server Installing

            1.4.3. Additional Settings

            1.4.4. Repositories Settings

            1.4.5. Database

            1.4.6. Installing Spacewalk

            1.4.7. Spacewalk settings

     1.5. Initial Setup

            1.5.1. First Access

     1.6. Spacewalk overview

     1.7. Organizations

     1.8. Conclusion

 

2. Managing Spacewalk Server

     2.1. Basic software channel

            2.1.1. Repositories

     2.2. Locked software channel

     2.3. Child channel

            2.3.1. General repositories

     2.4. System Group

     2.5. Settings channel

            2.5.1. Deploy with command execution

     2.6. Activation key

     2.7. Kickstart

            2.7.1. GPG keys

            2.7.2. Cobbler + PXE

            2.7.3. Cobbler ISO DVD

     2.8. Conclusion

 

3. Managing Client environment

     3.1. Client Registration

            3.1.1. Installing Client package

                        Bootstrap

                        rhnreg_ks.

     3.2. Additional settings on clients

     3.3. Stored profile

     3.4. OsaDaemon – OSAd

     3.5. Software Systems Methodology (SSM)

            3.5.1. Installing / Removing / Changing

     3.6. Timetable

     3.7. Creating custom channel

            3.7.1. User definition to manage/create packages

            3.7.2. Development environment

            3.7.3. Creating RPM packages

            3.7.4. Assigning RPM packages

            3.7.5. Creating custom channel 

     3.8. Conclusion

 

4. Monitored Environment

     4.1. Monitoring the installed system

     4.2. Spacewalk Server and Client Settings

     4.3. Probes Qualification 

     4.4. Conclusion

 

5. Errata Settings

     5.1. OS update based in adjustments/updates

     5.2. Errata examination routine on Spacewalk Server

     5.3. Conclusion

 

6. Auditing with Spacewalk

     6.1. SCAP

     6.2. Models

     6.3. Implementation
     6.4. Rules preview

     6.5. Conclusion

 

7. Spacewalk Server Advanced Management
     7.1.Users Management
     7.2.Database

            7.2.1. Online Backup 

            7.2.2. Restoring online backup

            7.2.3. Offline Backup

            7.2.4. Restoring offline backup

            7.2.5. Integrity

     7.3. Automated Backup

     7.4. ISS – Inter Satellite Synchronization (Master e Slave)

     7.5. Proxy

     7.6. Conclusion

 

8. Reports and CLI management

     8.1. Software lock-up 

     8.2. Reports

     8.3. API

            8.3.1. Basic Absorption

     8.4. SpaceCMD

     8.5. Administrator password Reset

     8.6. Spacewalk-data-fsck

     8.7. Conclusion

 

9. CentOS 7

     9.1. Channels and Repositories

     9.2. CPG Keys

     9.3. Activation code

     9.4. Kickstart

     9.5. Conclusion

Conclusion

Bibliography
Appendix 1 – Backup Script

Appendix 2 – Spacewalk 2.3

E-ISBN:
9788574527451
Edição:
1
Páginas:
264
Ano:
2015
Lançamento:
13/04/2017
Situação:
eBook
Formato:
ePUB
E-Book:
Sim
Idioma:
Inglês
Somente Ebook?:
Não

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