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The Tardis Project - a student-run Unix computing service hosted by the School of Informatics in the James Clerk Maxwell Building - is holding an open doors 'Administration Day' on Sunday the 3rd of December, this coming weekend.  The day will involve many of the current contributers to Tardis meeting in JCMB 1501 from 1pm onwards to deal with some current issues and make upgrades to the system.  Whether you're a budding system administrator or just interested to find out more about the project, you're welcome to stop by to chat and see what's going on first-hand.
 
The Tardis Project - a student-run Unix computing service hosted by the School of Informatics in the James Clerk Maxwell Building - is holding an open doors 'Administration Day' on Sunday the 3rd of December, this coming weekend.  The day will involve many of the current contributers to Tardis meeting in JCMB 1501 from 1pm onwards to deal with some current issues and make upgrades to the system.  Whether you're a budding system administrator or just interested to find out more about the project, you're welcome to stop by to chat and see what's going on first-hand.
  

Revision as of 22:59, 12 October 2013

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The Tardis Project - a student-run Unix computing service hosted by the School of Informatics in the James Clerk Maxwell Building - is holding an open doors 'Administration Day' on Sunday the 3rd of December, this coming weekend. The day will involve many of the current contributers to Tardis meeting in JCMB 1501 from 1pm onwards to deal with some current issues and make upgrades to the system. Whether you're a budding system administrator or just interested to find out more about the project, you're welcome to stop by to chat and see what's going on first-hand.

Planned activity for the day includes:

       - Installing new services in our newly-created Xen virtual machines
       - Setting up a new machine to act as firewall/router for Tardis
       - Examining the state of our Sun Enterprise 4000 Server
       - Creating a mailing list server for Tardis
       - Setting up a news blog for Tardis

For more information regarding the project - and the services we provide - please visit our website at www.tardis.ed.ac.uk. We hope to see you on Sunday!