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IT guy by day, IT guy by night (Seriously? When do you think we ever get let off the clock).


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comment Second ENI in AWS VPC is not accessible on Ubuntu instance
@user160576 Nope. I gave up and just did everything on eth0. Since eth0 actually is an internal IP, you can use that as both your internal and your external network interface for routing. I was thinking more along the classic lines of eth0 = ethernet cable to DSL model and eth1 = ethernet cable to local switch. That's not really the case here.
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answered Asterisk block incoming call with certain Caller IDs
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answered Fast EC2 micro AMI which can enable graphical remote logon?
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accepted Anyway to get GRUB failsafe to timeout?
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answered How to configuration keepalived on Amazon EC2?
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answered How can I filter spam from yahoo's servers?
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comment What use is a dummy heat sink assembly?
+1 I've seen this with dell too. They love to have blanks where items are missing to maintain a specific airflow design. It's very fancy fluid dynamics stuff.
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asked Anyway to get GRUB failsafe to timeout?
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answered How can I monitor daily spending on AWS?
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comment How to get a static amazonaws.com subdomain
What is providing amazonaws.com? In all my usage of AWS they've never provided a "domain name" for a server (other than a generic ip style hostname like 123-234-23-89.server.amazon.com). Also can you explain how they will whitelist a domain name but not an IP? Or they won't whitelist "myapp.mycompany.com" ?
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comment Memcache warnings
Oh, if you can call it without a start/stop - then that's probably why. Any script in /etc/init.d/ is supposed to be in a specific, service oriented format. Take a look at this template
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answered Determining if a bot is scraping utility bill content and how to block it