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Corollary 47 nals.
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Principle 48 (WWW corruption) If a web server runs with the privileges of user www, then none of the data files should be owned by, or be writable by, the www user, otherwise it is trivial to alter the contents of the data with a CGI script. Principle 49 (Community borders) Proxying is about protecting against breaches to the fundamental principle of communities. A firewall proxy provides us with a buffer against violations of our own community rights from outside, and also provides others with a buffer against what we choose to do in our own home. Principle 50 (Causality) Every change or effect happens in response to a cause, which precedes it. Principle 51 (Uncertainty) The act of measuring a given quantity in a system with finite resources always changes the conditions under which the measurement is made, i.e. the act of measurement changes the system.
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Suggestion 1 (Filer servers with common data) Place all file servers which serve the same data on a common host, e.g. WWW, FTP and NFS serving user files. Place them on the host, which physically has the disks attached. This will save an unnecessary doubling of network traffic and will speed up services. A fast host with a lot of memory and perhaps several CPUs should be used for this. Suggestion 2 (GNU fileutils) The GNU fileutils programs are superior in functionality than their corresponding vendor versions. Moreover, they work on every platform, bringing a pleasant dose of uniformity to a heterogeneous network. They can be placed in the users' PATH variable so as to override the vendor commands. In some instances, vendor programs have specially adapted features. One example is the Is command. Some Unix-like systems have ACLs (Access Control Lists) which give extended file permissions. These are invisible with the GNU version of Is, but are marked with an additional '+' to the left of the access bits, when using the vendor Is command. In the case of Is, it is probably worth removing or renaming the GNU Is to, say, gls. Suggestion 3 (Vigilance) Be on the lookout for software which is configured, by default, to install itself on top of the operating system. Always check the destination using make -n install before actually committing to an installation. Programs which are replacements for standard operating system components often break the principle of separation1.
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1 Software originating in BSD Unix is often an offender, since it is designed to be a part of BSD Unix, rather than an add-on, e.g. sendmail and BIND.
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Suggestion 4 (Passwords) Give users a common user name on all hosts, of no more than eight characters. Give them a common password on all hosts, unless there is a special reason not to do so. Some users never change their passwords unless forced to, and some users never even log in, so it is important to assign good passwords initially. Never assign a simple password and assume that it will be changed. Suggestion 5 (Clear prompts) Try to give users a command prompt which includes the name of the host they are working on. This is important, since different hosts might have different operating systems, or different files. Including the current directory in the prompt, like DOS, is not always a good idea. It uses up half the width of the terminal and can seem confusing. If users want the name of the current directory in the prompt, let them choose that. Don't assign it as a default. Suggestion 6 (Unix shell defaults) Avoid the host-wide files for shell setup in /e t c . They are mixed up in the operating system distribution and changes here will be lost at upgrade time. Use an overridable include strategy in the user's own shell setup to read in global defaults. Do not link a file on a different file system to these in case this causes problems during system boot-up. Suggestion 7 (Problem users) Keep a separate partition for problem users' home directories, so that they only cause trouble for one another, not for more considerate users. Suggestion 8 (Delegation II) For large numbers of hosts, distributed over several locations, consider a policy of delegating responsibility to a local administrators with closer knowledge of the hosts' patterns of usage. Zones of responsibility allow local experts to do their jobs. Suggestion 9 (Platform independent languages) Use languages and tools which are independent of operating system peculiarities, e.g. cf engine,perl, python. More importantly, use the right tool for the right job. Suggestion 10 (Cron management) Maintaining cron files on every host individually is awkward. We can use cfengine as a front-end to cron, to give us a global view of the task list (see section 7.4.4). Suggestion 11 (FAQs) Providing users with a road-map for solving problems, starting with Frequently Asked Questions and ending with an error report, can help to rationalize error reporting. Suggestion 12 (Unix printing) Install LPRng on all of hosts in the network. Forget about trying to understand and manage the native printing systems on Sys V and BSD hosts. LPRng can replace them all with a system which is at least as good. Suggestion 13 (Static data) When new data are acquired and do not change, they should be backed up to write only media at once. CD-ROM is an excellent medium for storing permanent data.
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