WPLUG will have a General User Meeting and presentation on Saturday, May 8th, 2010, starting at 11am at the Wilkins School Community Center.
Schedule for the Day
Ted Rodgers will discuss using Linux and Free Software High Performance Computing, focusing on using network booting (PXE) tools and utilities for system cloning.
In environments both large and small, there are numerous tools that allow an admin to get the job done. Booting systems over the network, or PXE booting, and system cloning are two such tools used in larger environments for analysis, deployment, and patching. Ted will be talking about backend requirements for PXE booting a Linux environment, what can be done from within PXE environments, and discuss a couple methods for automating system cloning over the network. Included will be a demonstration of both PXE booting and a network based system install. Shiny trinkets will not be included.
If you would like to volunteer to assist with this meeting, please add your name to one or more of the categories below.
- Host: Your name here
- Co-Host: Your name here
- Donuts/Bagels: Vance Kochenderfer
- Setup: Vance Kochenderfer, Your name here
- Clean Up: Your name here
- Your name/location here