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From: Gary J. Rosenblum <rosenblg@cmcl2.NYU.EDU>
To: phage
Date: Fri 13:46:26 04/11/1988 EST
Subject: What is everyone doing?
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	I was wondering what other sysadmins were doing, in regard
to making sure their systems are "safe".  we have the option of
reinstalling all system and user files from backups done tuesday
morning, or letting things run "as is" for now.  each scenario has
its own pluses and minuses.  Any ideas?

				
					Thanks

Gary J. Rosenblum
UNIX Systems Manager			rosenblg@nyu.edu
New York University			gary@nyu.edu

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