Subject: Using Git instead of non-friendly log files on a Linux host?
I've some experience whit github.com. I'm not a profesional user of Git and
don't know how it work in depth! I was thinking about Git instead of log
files as a better human readable system! I mean when some administrators
are maintaining web APPs on my host, what is the best approach for
controlling their activities? Can git be used for this case?
What I mean for "controlling":
A history of administrators activities: Who created/deleted a file? who
made a change in that file? who accessed to host? which IP? when? etc.
A simple restoring system for bad changes: If an admin did something
wrong, restoring to working point be simple and possible.
Things that I don't know git can do?
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