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  1. Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    Hello,
    ABOUT ME:

    EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

    Operating Systems:
    .. FreeBSD
    .. RHEL
    .. Suse, SLES 9/10
    .. CentOS
    .. Fedora
    .. Ubuntu
    .. Debian
    .. Microsoft Windows 98/xp/2000/2003/NT

    Software and Networking:
    .. Apache HTTP/HTTPS servers (versions 1.3.x/2.x )
    .. Mail (Sendmail, Postfix, Amavisd-new, ClamAV, Spamassassin, Courier IMAP)
    .. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase (backup, maintenance, tuning, replication)
    .. Monitoring (MRTG, Zabbix, Munin)
    .. Samba, NFS
    .. NTP, ntpdate
    .. Firewall (iptables, ipfw, ipfilter, shorewall)
    .. LDAP (OpenLDAP)
    .. Backup (Rsnapshot, Amanda)
    .. Virtualisation (Qemu, Vmware, Xen)
    .. High Availability (Hearbeat, load balancing)
    .. TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP, SNMP, NAT, VPN
    .. Perl, bash scripting

    Working experience:
    .. Administrated and configured more then 50 linux/unix servers.
    .. Managing of the mail service using Sendmail and Postfix (virtual domains,
    MySQL, Antispam, Antivirus, SMTP authentication SASL). More then 5000
    mailusers.
    .. Managing, using Postfix and LDAP (Antispam, Antivirus, OpenLDAP, SMTP
    authentication SASL). More the 10 000 mailusers.
    .. Tuning, maintained huge MySQL databases.
    .. Apache (1.3.x / 2.x) tuning. Strong security experience
    .. Implemented Rsnapshot, Amanda backup system.
    .. Central monitoring system (Zabbix).
    .. Software/hardware testing.
    .. High Availability servers setup using Hearbeat.
    .. Load balancing.

    WORK HISTORY:
    February 2002 - July 2003
    System administration of UNIX Internet servers. Setup and support mail
    server with Sendmail and Postfix MTA (virtual domains, MySQL, Antispam,
    Antivirus, SMTP+Auth) more then 5000 mailusers, Apache, DNS(Bind), FTP,
    Samba. LAN/WAN security, VPN. Firewall tuning (shorewall, iptables).

    Juny 2003 - February 2005
    Setup and support mail servers with Postfix MTA and LDAP (Spamassassin,
    ClamAV, OpenLDAP, SMTP auth). More the 10 000 mailusers.
    Huge MySQL database tuning, support. High raffic Apache web servers tuning.
    Network Security Auditing. Monitoring system (Munin).

    February 2005 - June 2006
    Network management (packet analize, logs). Maintenance of security policies
    throughout the network. Design and implementation of a daily backup plan
    (rsnapshot). Sybase and PostgreSQL deployment/maintainence. Shell scripting
    (SED,AWK).

    June 2006 - August 2008
    Responsible for network wide securit. Installed and maintained several load
    balancers. Wifi station and AP security. IBM Blade center virtualisation
    (Qemu, Vmware, Xen). Several DNS, LDAP, SMTP, SMTP-backup, POP3, Apache,
    High Availability (Hearbeat) servers setup, maintenance. Central monitoring
    system (Zabbix).

    CERTIFICATE:
    1. Novell Certified Linux Professional 10
    2. Linux technical specialist

    EDUCATION:
    1.Informatics Bachelor's degree.

    Telecommute!
    mail: foreverterran@gmail.com



  2. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    posted here>

  3. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    In article <26g2fd.pc6.17.2@news.alt.net>,
    steves67756@hotmail.com writes:
    > > posted here>

    cue sound of sender being added to multiple killfiles ...



    You seem not to understand that this is not a jobs group and
    that there are better places for both job announcements and
    searches.

    Had the OP said something on the order of "I'm looking for
    a unix/linux admin position in Outer Sweaty. I have mumble
    years of experience with a variety of unix/linux systems
    and am currently working as a burger flipper at McNasty's
    Cholesterol Palace. I've looked unsuccessfully on Dice and
    Monster and have run out of places to look. Anybody have any
    suggestions?", it might have been a touch less blatant and he
    might hope to get the help he wants/needs. As matters stand,
    dunno.


    --
    Robert G. Melson | Rio Grande MicroSolutions | El Paso, Texas
    -----
    Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable
    reason so few engage in it. -- Henry Ford


  4. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    On Sun, 14 Sep 2008 13:14:47 -0500,
    Robert Melson wrote:
    > In article <26g2fd.pc6.17.2@news.alt.net>,
    > steves67756@hotmail.com writes:
    >> >> posted here>

    > cue sound of sender being added to multiple killfiles ...
    >
    >
    >
    > You seem not to understand that this is not a jobs group and
    > that there are better places for both job announcements and
    > searches.


    Or, for that matter, failure to understand that the regulars _do_ get
    to decide what they want in the group and what not. In fact, groups are
    usually created with a certain goal in mind and this is stated in the
    charter.

    Recruiters, job advertisements, dropping of CVs/resumes, do have their
    place elsewhere but are all off topic here, except in the sense that
    they'll get the offender on various do-not-deal-with lists.

    A misplaced and multi-posted cv, clueless whining, top-posting; all in
    one day. Must be something in the weather. Oh look, it's full moon. Time
    to excorcise the lusers again.


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    Any other representation, additions, or changes do not have my
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  5. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    On 2008-09-14 22:13:52 +0100, jpd said:

    > On Sun, 14 Sep 2008 13:14:47 -0500,
    > Robert Melson wrote:
    >> In article <26g2fd.pc6.17.2@news.alt.net>,
    >> steves67756@hotmail.com writes:
    >>> >>> posted here>

    >> cue sound of sender being added to multiple killfiles ...
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> You seem not to understand that this is not a jobs group and
    >> that there are better places for both job announcements and
    >> searches.

    >
    > Or, for that matter, failure to understand that the regulars _do_ get
    > to decide what they want in the group and what not. In fact, groups are
    > usually created with a certain goal in mind and this is stated in the
    > charter.
    >
    > Recruiters, job advertisements, dropping of CVs/resumes, do have their
    > place elsewhere but are all off topic here, except in the sense that
    > they'll get the offender on various do-not-deal-with lists.
    >
    > A misplaced and multi-posted cv, clueless whining, top-posting; all in
    > one day. Must be something in the weather. Oh look, it's full moon. Time
    > to excorcise the lusers again.



    People do seem to get a little too hot under the collar here about what
    are fairly trivial matters in the greater scheme of things. Maybe cut
    down on the coffee intake?


    --
    ______________________________________________

    Hopkins Research Touch the Future
    ______________________________________________


  6. Re: Linux/Unix system admin looking for job

    In article
    <2008091712334916807-michaelhopkins@rmthishopkinsresearchcom>,
    Michael Hopkins wrote:

    > On 2008-09-14 22:13:52 +0100, jpd said:
    >
    > > On Sun, 14 Sep 2008 13:14:47 -0500,
    > > Robert Melson wrote:
    > >> In article <26g2fd.pc6.17.2@news.alt.net>,
    > >> steves67756@hotmail.com writes:
    > >>> > >>> posted here>
    > >> cue sound of sender being added to multiple killfiles ...
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> You seem not to understand that this is not a jobs group and
    > >> that there are better places for both job announcements and
    > >> searches.

    > >
    > > Or, for that matter, failure to understand that the regulars _do_ get
    > > to decide what they want in the group and what not. In fact, groups are
    > > usually created with a certain goal in mind and this is stated in the
    > > charter.
    > >
    > > Recruiters, job advertisements, dropping of CVs/resumes, do have their
    > > place elsewhere but are all off topic here, except in the sense that
    > > they'll get the offender on various do-not-deal-with lists.
    > >
    > > A misplaced and multi-posted cv, clueless whining, top-posting; all in
    > > one day. Must be something in the weather. Oh look, it's full moon. Time
    > > to excorcise the lusers again.

    >
    >
    > People do seem to get a little too hot under the collar here about what
    > are fairly trivial matters in the greater scheme of things. Maybe cut
    > down on the coffee intake?


    Actually, each group is different. The Solaris groups tend to be
    intolerant of people posting jobs and students posting questions to help
    them with their homework (rather than figuring out the answer for
    themselves). That's just part of the "local flavor". The Macintosh
    technical groups seem more tolerant of spam but less so of Linux fanbois
    and Windiots who post espousing the ultimate virtues of their one true
    platform. The Perl people are really intolerant of wrong answers, spam,
    and jobs postings.

    It's Usenet. Get used to it. There's a reason decaff is called "why
    bother".

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    DeeDee, don't press that button! DeeDee! NO! Dee...
    [I filter all Goggle Groups posts, so any reply may be automatically by ignored]



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