Filtered by: ZENworks Linux Management
Find a possible cause why your ZLM server has a higher cpu load then it should have by checking the number of client requests there are.
The best (and only supported) way to update an Open Enterprise Linux Server is by OES patch bundles and not via the oes-bundle. Here's how you do it.
After an upgrade from ZLM 7.0 to ZLM 7.2, SLES/SLED custom targets remain to be "custom defined", even though SLES/SLED are now standard target platforms. This tip shows how to edit the ZLM database to change the above settings that are not accessible through the UI.
There is no automated function to remove managed devices that have not "checked in" to ZLM for a defined period of time. Philip Cockrell shares a handy script that will help with the cleanup chores.
Learn more about the landmark announcement from Novell and Microsoft.
Submitted by: coolguys on Wed. 11.01.2006
Filed Under: Cool Solutions
Topic: Identity & Security Management, Secure Access, Secure Identity, Workgroup
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