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bio website digirev.us
location Austin, TX
age 26
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Director of Technology & Systems Consultant.

Experience in in Windows Server (NT|2000|2003|2008), Debian & Debian Relatives, RHEL/CentOS, Apache, lighttpd, nginx, PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Asterisk, Kohana, Postfix, Qmail, MailScanner, VMWare server & ESX, iSCSI SAN hardware, OpenVPN, GlusterFS, LustreFS, BackupPC & a mirad of Cisco products.

Certifications Include
expired... CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
Network+ (Comptia Network Plus)
A+ (Comptia A Plus)
Should probably take my dCAP, RHCE and MSCE...


May
16
asked WinSCP alternative for OS X (that supports sudo and without virtualizing WinSCP)
May
12
answered Would you run RedHat 4.4 on a new server?
May
10
comment Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
useful as well, thanks.
May
10
accepted Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
May
10
comment Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
this did the trick, thanks
May
10
revised Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
added 179 characters in body; added 137 characters in body; edited body
May
10
asked Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
May
8
comment Where should websites live on Centos servers?
installing apache on centos will defaultly use /var/www/html.
May
5
answered OpenVPN administration GUI
May
5
comment Why is Internet access and Wi-Fi always so terrible at large tech conferences?
good answer, but i shouldn't expect anything less from @Evan
May
5
comment Why is Internet access and Wi-Fi always so terrible at large tech conferences?
haha, i dont even bring my laptop / phone to defcon.
May
5
comment detect hardware virtualization via command line
updated tags...
May
5
revised detect hardware virtualization via command line
edited tags
Apr
14
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
4
accepted ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition
Apr
4
answered ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition
Mar
14
comment ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition
If the server is a member of a Host Group, it will automatically share storage.
Mar
14
comment ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition
Yes, I tried this as well -- Unfortunately it does not matter if the LUNS are separate data-stores or not.
Mar
14
comment ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition
@ErikA No, but I wanted to name our other array that.
Mar
11
asked ESX3.5 Cluster & MD3000i — Both servers see iSCSI Targets, Only one server can use partition