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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can I use accounting records on cisco ise authorization?
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awarded  Revival
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Jun
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answered Is there a way to check softraid validity on OpenBSD?
Jun
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asked Is there a way to check softraid validity on OpenBSD?
Jun
29
comment JFS: long fsck time on large filesystem?
What's why it's generally advised to keep several small filesystems, instead of a single large one.
Jun
24
answered mod_rewrite mysteriously appends subfolder to rewritten url
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Apr
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comment Problems with CNAME In GeoDNS Setup
I don't recall now, but, basically, i found their geodns to be too flawed to be useful, and the interface to be too cumbersome; they also had very weird anycast, where their servers would always be on another continent and with 200ms latency (even though they always had servers nearby, but those nearby servers were only available from the other continents!); also, their own New York test server wasn't GeoDNS'ed to NY, for example! With an in-house split-horizon, I got exactly what I wanted, without having to jump through any hoops, and never looked back.
Apr
22
comment open source geolocation aware authoritative DNS server with edns-client-subnet support
[pa][2]t[ch][3]. WTF?
Apr
22
comment Problems with CNAME In GeoDNS Setup
BTW, I don't see how this question is related to CNAME. You're most likely getting the location of the resolver that the user is using, instead of any other intermediate servers, and results wouldn't differ even if it weren't for CNAME. I've personally tried using rage4 dns for a subdomain, but they did not met my expectations, and I ended up doing my own split horizon, which works just so much better.
Apr
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answered Problems with CNAME In GeoDNS Setup
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Apr
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comment Why does sshd(openssh) create two processes per connection?
@wei, yes, it's documented in BXR.SU/OpenBSD/usr.bin/ssh/sshd.c. If you search for fork, you'll find that it's used once in privsep_preauth() and again in privsep_postauth().
Mar
5
revised Different permissions for different groups on one folder in OpenBSD?
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Mar
5
answered Different permissions for different groups on one folder in OpenBSD?
Mar
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comment Different permissions for different groups on one folder in OpenBSD?
@MichaelHampton, you're wrong. How is not having the latest knobs and bells and whistles make OpenBSD less secure? Complexity is what makes most systems exploitable and insecure. ACL is not a security feature, but ASLR definitely is.
Feb
24
comment Forward/alias XMPP accounts on a domain to gmail.com
well, yeah, i'm obviously looking for a client/server on my server to perform this forwarding; but it has to do it in such a way as to allow a two-way communication