1 Feb 2006 bwh   » (Master)

Testing, Open Source, and NFSv4

I mentioned a few months ago that NetApp has provided a grant for my NFSv4 testing work, to hire a sysadmin to help build a few server farms for NFSv4 testers to use in analyzing and optimizing the code.

We're looking for an experienced sysadmin/developer in the Portland area who'd like to work on Linux/NFS and other Free/Open Source Software tools and projects. The position is funded to be full time/temporary for 6 months. You'll be a regular OSDL employee, and will have the chance to go to some open source events, go golfing with Linus, etc. ;-)

The work itself involves setting up networks, serial console logging, automating power control and reimaging, setting up kerberos, and creating various bash/perl scripts for operating the machines and so forth. You should know at least the basics about NFS and open source; points if you have any experience with kerberos, ldap, Perl, or gentoo on non-x86 architectures.

Anyway, if you or anyone you know seems like they'd be a good fit, please send your resume and cover letter to resumes@osdl.org, with the subject "Ref. Bryce: NFSv4 SysAdmin Position".

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