I have an old freeBSD 7.0 install running smb shares for windows users. and Rsnapshot for backups.
other then that no real functions I guess.
Can it be done? or better to backup all data and start new install.
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With a 10 years+ development on Linux, I recently switched to Embedded devices development maily working with: OpenWRT for routers development and arduino for other devices.
Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
The world of GNU/Linux is very interesting to me, and I have a great deal of experience with it. I also have knowledge of a wide variety of system services such as clustering, storage, directory servers, and other services of that nature.
I am working as OBIEE Lead with Leading Indian Government project with high volumes of data...........
I'm UNIX/Linux System Administrator with 16 years experience. I can configure Web Servers based on Apache/NGINX with caching software for best performance. I have experience with setting up servers of various brands via IP KVM, IPMI, DELL DRAC, HP ILO. I'm working with virtualization platforms such as - VMWare, XEN, KVM, OpenVZ, Microsoft Hyper-V. Also, I have strong knowledge and experience with Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 and desktop platforms - Windows XP/7/8. I have great knowledge and long experience with VPN technologies OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP, IPSec. Very good knowledge and experience in troubleshooting.
In Linux/UNIX side I have expertise in any flavor of Linux either RedHat family flavors like CentOS or Debian family like Ubuntu, Other than that FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Solaris (on Sparc and Intel Both). same as Windows I manage and troubleshoot a very large variety of software/applications for exmaple apache, cpanel, MySQL and its replications in multiple roles, DNS, Nagios, Cacti, MRTG RRDToos, PPPoE servers, Raidus Servers, Tomcat, Squid, DHCP Servers, NFS, VPN server like OpenVPN. Firewalls like iptables, ipchains, ipfw, netflow based software like flow-tools, Solaris Volume Manager, ZFS, mdadm, LVM, VirtualBox, XEN and normal bash shell scripting.
IT specialist with interests in automation and configuration management. Systems and Network Administrator with hands-on experience in maintaining and supporting large number of FreeBSD, GNU/Linux and Windows systems and networks. Knowledge and experience with the following Operating Systems: * Debian GNU/Linux * Ubuntu * RedHat Enterprise Linux * CentOS * FreeBSD * Windows 2003/2008 Server Programming and scripting skills: * C * Python * Shell scripting * SQL
Interests and Knowledges (in order of my interest from High to Low). OS: Unix, FreeBSD/OpenBSD/NetBSD, Solaris, OpenSolaris, Plan9, Linux, W!nd@ws DB: PostgreSQL, Oracle, BerkleyDB, JavaDB, Mysql Lang: Java, Perl/Python/Ruby/Tcl/Tk, C/C++ Java TEch: Mobile/Enterprise/other SysTech: security, broadcast, base services (dns:bind,poverdns, mail:qmail,sendmail,postfix, www: apache, lighthttp, tomcat, globule, firewall:pf, ipfw, pfw, etc, control panel: webmin/virtualmin, plesk, ispadmin, cpanel, vtonf, postfixadmin, geo: geobackend for dns, load balancers, etc) Parallel and Virtualization: Xen, OpenVZ, other VoIP: asterisk, vicidial, codecs, other Scripts: Any RubyOnRails, PhP based Carts: Magento, ZenCArt, Creloaded, X-cart, Oscommerce Additional. Like to dig the code and find weak/buggy things and fix them;-)
I have experience in managing Unix servers over 10 years, configuring networks various topologies, postfix, Apache, BIND, DHCP, Squid, OpenVPN Intersystems Cache DBMS, MUMPS and CSP.
Skills: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Languages: C# .NET, SQL. Microsoft Team Foundation Server or similar source control solution. Desktop application development (WinForms or WPF) Multi‐threaded application design