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Though the set of available tools for managing networks has changed considerably since the first edition of this book, the challenges remain the same. The complexity of our networks, systems, and software is ever increasing, and our limited ability to keep pace means that system administrators are forced to remain in a steady state of learning how to configure and manage technology. To successfully manage a network of systems, processes, and users, we need to find ways to take the day-to-day ho-hum challenges out of our daily routines so that we can concentrate on the unusual. This involves automating as much as is reasonably possible. Creating scripts as a way to avoid repetitive work is the single most important task of systems administration. On the other hand, creating scripts isn t the whole job. We also have to remember what each script does, organize our scripts in some manner that allows us to easily use and update them, and, when appropriate, run our scripts through services like cron so that we don t even have to invoke them to reap the benefit. We also need to manage system security and take advantage of technology that provides high availability. Keeping our systems well organized, well monitored, and available is the key to doing a good job and having a good job. In this part of the book, we discuss many aspects of keeping your systems well organized and usable. In 9, we address system and network monitoring. We provide some information on commercial network monitoring software as well as monitoring that you can do with scripts and some well-chosen tools. In 10, we examine performance tools and the resources that they monitor. In 11, we look at volume management a technology that has radically changed the way file systems and disks are managed. In 12, we offer some advice on how and what to automate to make your systems more manageable. 13
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