Re: Colo Servers, Telco-Grade Configuration, Embedded/Turnkey Systems
> I'd like to see Debian GNU/Linux come to completely dominate the
> colocated and telco-grade remote/isolated server markets. These
> sorts of unattended systems (sometimes called "embedded" or "turnkey"
> systems) are a huge marketshare among full-time professional system
Some possibly related capabilities:
Monitoring: Hardware (e.g. CPU core temperature), resource
utilization (CPU load, swap space, free disk space, network
bandwidth...), security incidents (failed login attempts,
rejected packets, SATAN scans...) all reported remotely.
load sharing/parallel processing
By the way, some of the steps you mention sound useful to blind users
who want to run their systems via a serial link to another computer.
One of the frustrations of that setup is that it's hard to get to the
- Jim Van Zandt