side money

Doran L. Barton fozz at iodynamics.com
Tue Jul 31 09:53:58 MDT 2007


Not long ago, Roberto Mello proclaimed...
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2007 at 02:42:25PM -0600, Dave Reed wrote:
> >
> > I'm looking for someone who is willing to be on call for problems, and then 
> > spend 3-5 hours per month verifying the backups and generally keeping 
> > things patched and tight.
> >
> > The environment:
> >
> > - m0n0wall firewall
> > - Centos4 on OpenVZ virtuals
> > - Oracle 10g
> > - Apache 2
> > - PHP 5
> > - Dell PowerEdge machines
> 
> I work as a Systems and Network Administrator and DBA for a company in
> Lehi. At my previous job (which I left just a month ago) as Director of
> Quality Assurance, I designed and implemented a whole testing infrastructure 
> using Debian, OpenVZ, LVM, Oracle 10g, Apache and PHP5; on Dell Poweredges.
> 
> I put Oracle on OpenVZ VPSs running on LVM snapshots, so that everytime I
> started an OpenVZ with Oracle, it would be a "copy" of the database that
> could be played with, and when the VPS was turned off, all changes
> disappeared. Very handy for testing, and made Oracle easier to work with.
> 
> I'm pretty familiar with CentOS/Red Hat EL. I don't claim to be an Oracle
> DBA, but I am familiar with some of its administration, plus installation,
> which I have done many times.
> 
> I'm interested in this. Can you tell me more about what your expectations
> are, and what your budget is?

Dave,

I know Roberto. He's a good guy, even if he does reply to the list address
sometimes. He can be snarky about having to work on non-Debian systems, but
he'll do as he's asked nonetheless. :)

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