I've managed OpenVMS systems back in the late 90s and early 00s. You couldn't pay me enough to take on a system that thinks no notification when you need to change backup tapes was an ok thing. Granted, that was probably the person who setup the backup system, but still, yuck.
I have few servers which is not managed using cPanel (gitlab, sonrqube, elastic etc) and would like to setup a central update system. I've provisioned all the servers via ansible and initial thought was to just setup a yum group and just get all servers updated.
Looking at spacewalk now and seems like it has better options including auditing an environment and push udpates, along with a decent web interface. Anyone used spacewalk before? http://spacewalk.redhat.com/
If you are using a newer version of CentOS you should be looking at the Foreman which is the current upstream project for Satellite 6. It is highly integrated with puppet but they do have plugins for Ansible and other configuration managers.
@travisdh1 I may have to check that out. Though, I think if I was do something to "anonamize" (sp?) my browsing history I'd want to do it at the network level so my family is included. I'll have to look into Tor and/or VPN routers and see what's out there.
Well, the reason I only have it setup for a single browser is because of the nature of the TOR network, it moves like molasses in the middle of winter compared to the regular internet connection. If you want a VPN that's not going to slow things down, just pay a provider $5/month.
I tried this out this morning. The Docker container isn't responding to https/443 traffic, but is responding to http traffic. I'm assuming that's the cause of getting an error in my NextCloud11 install "ONLYOFFICE app not configured. Please contact admin". Haven't collected the relevant logs yet, so more info to come or as requested.
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