If I keep telling myself to do this stuff, eventually I will!* Setup a bacula server and service to regularly back everything up* Setup LDAP for nss on all servers
I want to use this with ldap:
I've followed NSSLDAPSetup on the Debian wiki and I ran into an issue where I had to use:
Cool! I think I got it working. So the very cool part about this is the the 'nss_updatedb ldap passwd" does exactly what I'd hoped it would do. Its not a cache, its a local copy. Cool!
Actually nssupdate is only for passwd and group, so that leaves shadow. It is suggested in the nssupdatedb README that libpam_ccreds can be used for that function.
More notes here:
To-do list: * Improve admin security * Stop using debconf for libnssldap.conf and pamldap.conf and instead use csync2?* Ensure replication across VPNs
The progress is going well. Migrating additional machines after the first few is quite easy. I'm a little concerned about disconnected access, but I guess if the machine is disconnected, I wouldn't be able to ssh in anyway.
John Goerzen has a great post about the latest and greatest backup utilities:
I've tried duplicity and wasn't thrilled, but dar sounds awesome.
UPDATE April 14, 2008 - I just realized that John Goerzen is the author of offlineimap - that's awsome! I love that program. :-)
This looks pretty good too: