14. LISA 2000:
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
, Phil Scarr
: Proceedings of the 14th Conference on Systems Administration (LISA 2000), New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, December 3-8, 2000. USENIX 2000 [contents]
: An Improved Approach for Generating Configuration Files from a Database. 29-38
You, a Rock, and a Hard Place
, Steve Holstead
: FOKSTRAUT and Samba--Dealing with Authentication and Performance Issues on a Large-scale Samba Service. 39-42
Users and Passwords and Scripts, Oh My!
: User-Centric Account Management with Heterogeneous Password Changing. 67-76
, James Clifford
: Network Information Management and Distribution in a Heterogeneous and Decentralized Enterprise Environment.
Jon T. Meek
: Wide Area Network Packet Capture and Analysis. 255-264
: FlowScan: A Network Traffic Flow Reporting and Visualization Tool. 305-317
: Thresh--A Data-Directed SNMP Threshold Poller. 119-130
: eEMU: A Practical Tool and Language for System Monitoring and Event Management. 131-137
Jake D. Brutlag
: Aberrant Behavior Detection in Time Series for Network Monitoring. 139-146
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Lee "Leonardo" Amatangelo
: Unleashing the Power of JumpStart: A New Technique for Disaster Recovery, Cloning, or Snapshotting a Solaris System. 219-228
Someone's Knocking at the Door...
: NOOSE - Networked Object-Oriented Security Examiner. 369-378
: How Not to Get Fleeced with Employee Stock Options.
: Experiences with Incident Response at The Ohio State University.
: The Design and Implementation of Highly Scalable Email Systems.
: Why the Documentation Sucks and What You Can Do About It.
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