"Trouble-Maker" to troubleshoot and train server problem solving ability on purpose
The situation that most system administrators should have experienced is "Something bad is happening and the server is down, but I do not know what is going on." What is tough if you are in the position of a system administrator who manages the server is when it happens when such a problem occurs in the real environment that is running as an actual product.
So useful for this open source software "Trouble-Maker"is.
There are many tools to make the job of the system administrator easier, but it does not manage if you are experiencing an unknown situation. This series of software "Trouble - Maker" differs from existing useful tools, rather than solving problems, it causes problems. When installing and running, "Trouble - Maker" randomly selects one of a series of troubles set in advance, causing a problem to the installed server.
With "Trouble-Maker" you will acquire the following skills.
· Determine which part is accurate in the problem report from the user
· Troubleshooting on startup
· Troubleshoot service setting
· Troubleshoot problems caused by hardware (It is possible to cause problems in the case where hardware is caused virtually)
Also, "Trouble-Maker" itself is made for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (CentOS) but it works on another platform and consists of the following three components.
Various documents are maintained as follows, and starting method, options, FAQ are summarized from installation method.
In addition to RHEL, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Fedora is supported, and it is said that it plans to support Ubuntu · Debian · Gentoo · Sun Solaris · OpenBSD · FreeBSD · Slackware Linux from now on.
In addition,DO NOT INSTALL THIS SYSTEM ON A PRODUCTION MACHINE !!!! (Do not install on the machine system used at work !!!!)So, as for troubleshooting training, make a machine for training to the last, let's do it on that.
in Software, Posted by darkhorse