Standard Operating Procedures

Michael Stahnke mastahnke at
Mon Apr 23 19:00:33 UTC 2007

Mike, is there any sort of database/heads-up view that shows what each
service is and what it runs on ?  Some would call it a Configuration
management DB.  Or even, just a listing of OS instances and roughly
what they do?  (More like asset mgmt)


On 4/23/07, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath at> wrote:
> I've been working on getting some SOP's together for our environment.  I
> guess the natural lifecycle will be RFR -> SOP.  There's still much to
> get documented but I'm hoping we can keep much of these public so others
> can look them over.  I've only got two of them up there so far:
> One of which is the wiki, which as lmacken points out, won't be much
> good if the wiki is totally dead :-)  Anyway, if you're a member of the
> team who regularly does something and you don't want to be the only one
> to know how to do that thing.  Put it up here!
>     -Mike
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