bigbird is back and should be working. I had one config error yesterday
(firewall) which is corrected. Apologies for the inconvenience.
If you see problems or anomalies with bigbird, please let me know.
bigbird has been acting a bit unstable of late. It was also running
CentOS 4.8 and I was having problems getting security patches on it.
When I had problems Thursday evening and again Friday morning, it was
time to update the OS.
I made the switch from CentOS to Scientific Linux. SciLinux is supported
by Fermi Lab, with a full-time staff, and is on the same lines as
CentOS: A free (as in beer) version of RHEL. Installation from DVD went
very well, and a base server install was about half the time as for
CentOS based on what I recall. Like so much else, it does start SELinux
in enforcing mode by default but this is an easy first-boot fix.
CentOS appears to be suffering some community fragmentation and strife.
RHEL 6.1 is out but CentOS hasn't released a v6.0 yet. SciLinux was fast
off the mark to get their 6.0 out. I'm a little concerned about the
future of CentOS.
Gerry Creager -- gerry.creager@xxxxxxxx
Texas Mesonet -- AATLT, Texas A&M University
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