The following instructions are for configuring a Centos 6 box to talk to a Spacewalk server. Instructions on how to setup a Spacewalk server can be found at http://www.thenoccave.com/2012/03/29/install-spacewalk-server-on-centos-6/
Spacewalk is Linux system management system. The following steps detail how to install it on Centos 6. Unfortunatly your database options are Postgres or Oracle so in this case we are using Postgres:
The following instructions detail how to setup a Centos 6 server to act as a PXE server allowing for installs over the network. In this case this server acts as a dedicated management server for our server environment so it acts as a DHCP server for the management network. If you are running a separate DHCP server then when it comes to configuring DHCP do it on your DHCP server.
Creating an Raid 5 Array in Linux called md0 and using sda, sdb and sdc.
[root@vm1 ~]# mdadm --create --level 5 --raid-devices 3 --run /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc
Monitor the status of the build
[root@vm1 ~]# cat /proc/mdstat
I have been running XBMC at home on an Apple TV for a while now. I have all videos stored on a server running Centos 5.5 with videos accessed over SMB. Recently I added another one however I wanted to make sure the libraries between the two stayed in sync. I also wanted to configure my PC with XBMC so that I could use that to easily manage my Libraries (Even with a universal remote it is a pain to do it on ATV’s)
We recently deployed Freeswitch as our phone system. We are using mod_callcenter to manage our call queues. I wrote the below php script to send out an SMS alert if a call is sitting in a queue and there are no agents logged in. We are using Clickatell as our SMS gateway however you just need to modify the sendnotification function to a different provider. Just change the globals variables at the top to make it work for your setup