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Aug
25
awarded  Caucus
Aug
20
revised SSH through multiple hosts using ProxyCommand?
add a pretty picture
Aug
19
answered Force SFTP/SCP to copy files with a remote directory's permission
Apr
16
comment What do users see when Apache reaches MaxClients?
Probably wouldn't be hard to build a test for this. In a test server, try dropping MaxClients to 1 and see what happens when you refresh things in multiple windows or tabs.
Apr
16
revised Faster way to ping URL than curl
mention curl's -I option, per comment
Apr
16
comment Faster way to ping URL than curl
@DavidZ - Good point, I've updated the answer with that, and a proviso.
Apr
16
revised Faster way to ping URL than curl
speling erors, and some additional detail.
Apr
16
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
awarded  Informed
Apr
16
answered Faster way to ping URL than curl
Apr
16
comment Faster way to ping URL than curl
The Connection: close is only required because you've specified HTTP/1.1. If instead you use HTTP/1.0, which does not support persistent connections or pipelining, the server will hang up after sending its response.
Dec
1
comment haproxy: Is there a way to group acls for greater efficiency?
For reference, this appears to have moved to section 7.2 of the documentation for HAProxy version 1.5.9.
Oct
1
answered Batch script to export info from Active Directory (name, phone numbers, location, etc) into a csv file
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
28
awarded  Critic
Mar
27
comment How to discover current time-zone (FreeNAS shell)?
find /usr/share/zoneinfo/ -type f -exec cmp -s {} /etc/localtime \; -print | awk -F/ -vOFS=/ '{print $5,$6}'
Nov
22
awarded  Revival
Sep
6
comment SSH keypair generation: RSA or DSA?
While FIPS 186-2 stated a 1024 bit requirement for DSA keys, the current FIPS 186 is FIPS 186-3, which explicitly allows for longer keys. While it looks as if the ssh-keygen documentation hasn't kept pace with the current FIPS standard, that affects the validity of standard not at all.
May
15
comment How do know if I can SSH in servers?
What are these servers used for? I.e. what is the "master list" that must always get updated regardless of the state of other documents? DNS? /etc/ethers? dhcpd.conf? Or are all hosts simply on the same subnet?
May
15
awarded  Caucus