root

When you shouldn't be root...

From the very first day of training to be a Unix system administrator, I was warned about the dangers of working as root on a Unix system.  There are some things that only root can do:  change system configuration files, add users, update the system.  But with great power, comes great responsibility.  The responsibility to know when you are too tired, too angry, or too distracted to safely use that power.  WizardsOwl