__NOTITLE__ This page is a reference for ProgClub system administrators. For information about ProgClub domains, see Domains. For information about member services, see Services. See Machines for information about hosts on the ProgClub network. See Projects for current projects.
If you're administering ProgClub assets, please document your actions on the wiki. See the relevant pages:
- Hope admin. Hope is the primary user machine.
- Honesty admin. Honesty is the ancillary user machine.
- Charity admin. Charity is the primary administrative machine.
See Future machine names for the kind of stuff we're on about.
See, or update, Network administration for work that needs to be done.
$ sudo etckeeper commit "my reasoning here"
after you're done with your changes. There's an auto commit every day, and an autocommit whenever you apt-get install something. You can manually commit your changes as above. To see the commit log for a particular file:
$ sudo bzr log /etc/passwd
To revert an unwanted or bad change, work out which revision you want to revert to (see log above) and run:
$ sudo bzr revert --revision <commit number> <file>
For example, to restore the /etc/passwd file to the state it was in in revision 3,
$ sudo bzr revert --revision 3 /etc/passwd
To check for uncommited changes, run (From inside /etc):
$ sudo bzr status
$ sudo bzr status modified: crontab
If you see no output, there are no uncommited changes.