I don't know why the following question is off topic:
I thought a system administrator was a super user. Are there any Stack Exchange sites I can migrate this question to?
Your question does not relate to any actual computer hardware or software issue, and it's asking about best practices that are common for system administrators.
There are two issues with this:
I've asked the Server Fault moderators if they would like your question. If they do, I will migrate the question for you.
I answered this question, and primarily cause it was too complex to answer as a comment. This is an edge case really. Its about how to code an application (so somewhat SOish), but involves system administration (so somewhat SFish).
In the end though it was about best practices - and the wider philosophy of how to code a system, and how it needs to be used. Its just not something that would fit neatly into an answer - I know a little of this from db design classes, Forensic Data Analysis Classes and from the awesome "The Practice of Network and System Administration" .
We're talking about the knowledge from half of my university modules, and there may be other ways to do it. Its just not a question that fits well anywhere.
Stackexchange sites are about creating objective knowledge bases. "How do I do this?" or "why does thuis happen?" or "what is this?" are all on-topic, provided "this" is falls within the site's subject area. "What's the best way to do this" is off-topic, because the answer is usually a matter of opinion.