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    This seems like a good starting point for suse
    https://www.suse.com/de-de/documentation/sles11/
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    Guys, thanks a million!

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    system resources, connections, logged in users, disk space, backup mysql databases, cron jobs etc.
    system resources:
    top, on newer systems atop

    connections:
    Code:
    man netstat
    e.g. netstat -tunlp, netstat -anp

    logged in users
    Code:
    man w
    diskspace
    Code:
    man du
    man df
    backup mysql databases
    Code:
    man mysqldump
    There is a bit more about this topic.

    cronjobs
    Code:
    man 5 crontab

    Additionally, as a midterm goal:
    Once you know enough to manually setup your apache, mysql, ntp, dns, etc
    it might be good to invest time to automate the setups.
    puppet or chef are very powerful tools, that enable sysadmins (or more precisely DevOps) to maintain thousands of machines.

    Eight machines can still be handled by one guy manually.
    But if they would be automated, you have much more headroom for new stuff and also recreating a service on a new machine is then just a matter of minutes.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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