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The module system operation consists of the operation and maintenance of complex software systems such as operation of a webserver on which a wiki software is execute that access a relational database.
|Abstract:||This talk provides a short introduction in IPv6 and describes how IPv6 is configured on webservers. It uses a "dual stack operation" approach so that the server is still reachable by people using the traditional Internet Protocol.|
|Target group:||System administrators|
|Educational objective:||Background knowledge about IPv6, Server configuration for IPv6, Concept of logarithmic units|
|Prerequisites:||Basic Knowledge in Linux and Apache|
Talk with audio and transscript (German)
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|Abstract:||An experience report on the migration of the Stendhal server to new server hardware. The report explains how a complex system consisting of multiple databases, server-software, websites and a Wiki was migrated with only two short maintenance windows of less than an hour each. A simple approach would have resulted in being offline for about 14 days.|
|Target group:||System and database administrators|
|Educational objective:||database replication, advanced database backups, domain system modifications, communication with users|
|Type||Experience report / Case study|
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