I have had a .Mac account since the beginning (and a “forever free .Mac email address” since the keynote that announced it) but have never really used the Backup application regularly. I have gone back and forth with using rsync at home (with my Solaris machine), but I have to say this latest release is mighty nice. You can easily schedule automatic backups to your 1 gig of online .Mac iDisk space, as well as remind you every x days, weeks, or months to backup purchased music, movies, etc to DVD, CD or an external drive. Now, I know for sure I have everything backed up on a regular basis…and the most important documents – off site. Good work Apple. Now, where are my email filters for web mail??
Penn State v. Northwestern
This weekend is the big weekend. I will be at the PSU v. Northwestern game to see the Nittany Lions’ Big Ten season opener. I am so excited to see Joe Paterno in action once again. Go Penn State!!
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System Monitoring with Nagios – Part 2 of 4
I have decided to write a three part article on the benefits of using Nagios. The first article focused on why I chose Nagios/what it offers. This second article will focus on installing Nagios on Mac OS X. The third article will focus on configuring Nagios. The fourth article will focus on improving the Nagios […]