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pac command  2nd  3rd 
    anacron (Red Hat Linux) 
    Angel Network Monitor 
    Anomy Sanitizer 
    building from source code 
    fetchmail  2nd  3rd 
    install locations  2nd  3rd  4th 
    Internet archives 
    jail (FreeBSD) 
    logrotate (Linux) 
    management utilities 
    modutils (Linux) 
    mutt  2nd 
    periodic (FreeBSD)  2nd 
    procmail, mail filtering 
    replacing vendor versions 
    syslinux (Linux) 
    system administration tools 
    USB (Linux) 
packet filtering  2nd  3rd 
packets  2nd 
    maximum segment size 
PADL software 
Paganini, Marco 
page faults 
pagesize command 
paging  2nd  3rd 
    undesirable  2nd 
paging spaces  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th 
    activating  2nd 
    amount needed  2nd 
    configuration files, entries for  2nd 
    listing  2nd 
    managing  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th 
    page files 
    priorities (Linux and HP-UX) 
    removing  2nd 
PAM  2nd 
    account entries 
    auth entries 
    configuration files  2nd 
    entry types 
    environment variables, setting 
    /etc/pam.d directory 
    /etc/security directory 
    examples  2nd 
    Kerberos and 
    Linux modules 
    MD5 passwords in 
    modules  2nd  3rd 
    OpenLDAP and  2nd 
    optional keyword 
    other service 
    outcome keywords 
    password entries 
    required keyword 
    requisite keyword 
    resource limits 
    services  2nd 
    session entries 
    sufficient keyword 
pam_access module 
pam_cleartext_pass_ok module (FreeBSD) 
pam_cracklib module  2nd  3rd 
pam_deny module 
pam_dial_auth module (Solaris) 
pam_env module 
pam_issue module 
pam_krb4 module 
pam_krb5 module 
pam_lastlog module 
pam_ldap module  2nd  3rd 
pam_limits module 
pam_listfile module 
pam_mail module 
pam_mkhomedir module 
pam_motd module 
pam_nologin module  2nd 
pam_opie module 
pam_permit module 
pam_projects module (Solaris) 
pam_pwcheck module 
pam_pwdb module 
pam_rhosts_auth module  2nd 
pam_roles module (Solaris)  2nd 
pam_rootok module  2nd 
pam_securetty module  2nd 
pam_time module  2nd 
pam_unix module  2nd  3rd  4th 
pam_warn module  2nd 
pam_wheel module  2nd 
parallel ports 
paranoia  2nd 
parent process 
parity disks 
    layouts and 
    logical volumes and 
    security and 
    special files for 
    swap  2nd 
pass phrases 
passive SCSI terminators 
passwd command  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th 
password file 
    converting to OpenLDAP 
    disabling user accounts via 
    monitoring  2nd  3rd 
    security of 
    aging defaults  2nd 
    aging settings  2nd 
    algorithm-based selection 
    boot loader 
    checking for weaknesses 
    cracking  2nd  3rd 
    disabling user accounts via 
    forced changes 
    history lists 
    large numbers of, managing 
    lifetimes  2nd  3rd 
    maximum lengths 
    npasswd command  2nd 
    one-time  2nd 
    pre-expired (AIX) 
    remote access and  2nd 
    required change times 
    root  2nd  3rd 
    security issues 
    selecting good  2nd 
    shadow file  2nd  3rd  4th 
    single-user mode 
    SNMP community names 
    triviality checking  2nd 
PATH environment variable  2nd 
Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister  [See Perl]
Patt, Yale 
pax command  2nd 
Payne, Jonathan 
Perchine, Denis 
    disk I/O 
    disk striping and 
    managing memory 
    managing processes 
    monitoring processes 
    paging spaces  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th 
    Postfix  2nd 
    RAID and 
    resource control mechanisms 
    striped volumes and 
    tuning process 
periodic package (FreeBSD)  2nd 
periodic program execution 
    documenting scripts 
    graphical interfaces with 
    reports with 
permissions, file  [See protection, file]
PGP  2nd 
    electronic mail and  2nd 
pgp command  2nd 
pgp4pine package 
philosophy of system administration 
physical security 
physical volumes 
PID (process ID) 
pine package 
    IMAP and POP with 
ping command  2nd 
ping of death 
piomkpq command (AIX) 
pipes, named 
pkg_add command (FreeBSD) 
pkg_delete command (FreeBSD) 
pkg_info command (FreeBSD) 
pkgadd command (Solaris) 
pkgchk command (Solaris) 
pkginfo command (Solaris) 
pkgrm command (Solaris) 
.plan files 
platters, disk 
plod package 
Plonka, Dave 
pluggable authentication modules  [See PAM]
pmadm command (Solaris)  2nd  3rd 
pmbpage command 
    electronic mail 
Pomeranz, Hal 
POP  2nd  3rd  4th 
    user agents and 
port monitors (Solaris) 
port scanning 
Portable Batch System 
portmap daemon 
ports collection (FreeBSD) 
ports, assignments to services  2nd 
Post Office Protocol  [See POP]
    access control  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
    address mapping 
    blacklists  2nd 
    canonical map 
    client configuration 
    components  2nd  3rd 
    daemons  2nd 
    delivery process 
    DNS lookups and 
    goals  2nd 
    LDAP and 
    Linuxconf and 
    local delivery agent 
    mail hub configuration 
    monitoring  2nd 
    performance  2nd 
    relocated map 
    spam suppression 
    SuSE Linux Version 7 and 
    syslog and 
    virtual map 
    converting to 
    previewing files 
Powell, Patrick  2nd 
power failures 
pr command 
Practical Extraction and Report Language  [See Perl]
pre-login message 
precautions, system script modification 
preening filesystems 
Pretty Good Privacy  [See PGP]
primary group 
primary name server, DNS 
printconfig command (Tru64) 
PRINTER environment variable 
    access control 
    adding  2nd  3rd  4th 
    default  2nd  3rd 
    device classes 
    interfaces  2nd 
    sharing with Windows 2000 
    special files for  2nd 
    starting and stopping 
    USB  2nd 
    virtual (AIX) 
printing  [See also CUPS; LPRng]
    accounting  2nd 
    AIX  [See AIX spooling system]
    BSD style  [See LPD spooling system]
    configuration files 
    fonts and 
    ifhp filter 
    managing jobs  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th 
    managing queues  2nd  3rd  4th 
    remote  2nd  3rd  4th 
    starting and stopping 
    subsystem components 
    System V style  [See System V spooling system]
    troubleshooting  2nd  3rd 
    user utilities  2nd 
priocntl command (Solaris)  2nd 
    paging spaces (Linux and HP-UX) 
    process  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
priority-based round-robin scheduling 
problems  [See troubleshooting]
problems, detecting security 
/proc filesystem  2nd 
    Linux  2nd  3rd 
process accounting  2nd  3rd 
    system monitoring and 
process ID (PID) 
    files containing 
    attributes of 
    foreground vs. background 
    fork and exec 
    getty  2nd 
    life cycle 
    NFS hung 
    nice numbers  2nd  3rd  4th  5th 
    paging  2nd  3rd 
    priorities  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th 
    /proc filesystem 
    resource limits  2nd  3rd 
    run queues 
    scheduling  2nd  3rd 
    setuid/setgid access and 
    started at boot time 
    avoiding loops 
    discarding mail  2nd 
    formail utility  2nd 
    pipes and 
    recipes  2nd 
    security scanning  2nd 
    sendmail and 
    sorting mail with 
    spam suppression  2nd  3rd 
products (HP-UX) 
.profile files 
profiles command (Solaris) 
profiles, authorizations and (Solaris)  2nd  3rd 
projadd command (Solaris) 
projdel command (Solaris) 
.project files 
projects (Solaris) 
    PAM and 
projects command (Solaris) 
projmod command (Solaris) 
promiscuous relaying 
protected password database (HP-UX and Tru64)  2nd  3rd 
protection, file  2nd  3rd 
    IMAP  2nd  3rd  4th 
    POP  2nd  3rd  4th 
    statistics per 
    TCP  2nd 
    UDP  2nd 
prpwd command (HP-UX and Tru64) 
prtconf command (Solaris) 
ps command  2nd 
pseudo users 
pseudo-terminal devices 
pstat command (FreeBSD)  2nd 
pstree command 
PTR records, DNS  2nd 
ptree command (Solaris) 
public key encryption 
public key servers 
pump command (Linux) 
Purdue University 
pvcreate command
pvdisplay command (HP-UX) 
pwck command 
pwdadm command (AIX) 
pwdck command (AIX) 

Essential System Administration
Essential System Administration, Third Edition
ISBN: 0596003439
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 162

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