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Building Clustered Linux Systems by Robert W. Lucke

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Chapter 11. Reach Out and Access Something: Remote Access Services, DHCP, and System Logging

Chapter Objectives

  • Continue introducing necessary cluster infrastructure services

  • Detail configuration options for remote access, Kerberos, SSH, PDSH, DHCP, and system logging (klog and syslog)

The previous chapter introduced a number of important infrastructure services provided by Linux. In this chapter we continue the coverage with more infrastructure services, including remote access services, local file system configuration, logging, console management, and authentication.

Continuing Infrastructure Installation

As part of your cluster's design process, you had to make choices about the infrastructure services that are necessary. Let's continue implementing ...

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