February 11, 2006
Tips for keeping networked Linux systems up to date
If you have a substantial number of Linux computers, it may be cost effective to buy, configure and dedicate one or more computers to the patch management task. For example, assume that you have a network of 100 computers, and patch management requires that each of these computers downloads 20MB per day. Downloading an additional 2GB per day, every day, can be expensive on business-level Internet connections.