You’ve spent hours pouring over UNIX® vendor specifications and benchmarks. Managers, system administrators and accountants have gone over the various vendors’ specs and weighed them against your company’s needs and the costs. Finally, everyone agreed and selected the right computer for the right price.
You attended System Administration training courses prior to the system’s delivery, giving you time to brush up on your skills, possibly learning some of the intricacies of a newer release of the operating system.
The vendor delivered the system, provided installation assistance, and gave you some additional hints on how to get the most from your system.
Since going online, you have been monitoring the system’s performance and following ...