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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
6
comment Downgrading Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Eval to Essentials?
No domain, no other servers. It's just a windows server for quickbooks. Nothing fancy.
Apr
20
comment How to speed up SMB connection between a Mac client and Isilon storage server?
Right now doing masking for both NFS and SMB for nobody:nobody. Not the most secure option, but right now it allows both OS's to use the highest performing FS.
Apr
20
comment How to speed up SMB connection between a Mac client and Isilon storage server?
This was a nice idea; but upon testing the apple script, it didn't seem to work. :| didn't refresh the data.
Jan
30
comment Postfix aliases and duplicate e-mails, how to fix?
This doesn't seem to do anything...
Sep
19
comment Connecting to memcached “what port to use?” (php)
still having problems with this?
Aug
11
comment Nagios “re-disabled-notifications” on reboot?
opsguy is correct. Those settings are both 1, it is retaining information, just some some point its gotten "stuck". the website can update it but nagios cannot. Permissions must be askew some how.
Aug
5
comment Add frame window to all websites for users on network
that being said; most ISP's also have the means to do maintenance on network/whatever without effecting end clients. IF that means maintenance on a backhaul, move to a different one, ect.
Aug
5
comment Add frame window to all websites for users on network
Of the methods to proactively notify clients of downtime, Email / Phone / Mail (snail) blast will probably be best. I know a LOT of ISP's that just break things and when you call into support you get the "We are currently experiencing high call volumne and are aware of a networking issue effecting the greater x-city area and are working to fix this as quickly as possible, yada yada yada"
Aug
5
comment Add frame window to all websites for users on network
Yep. There's a mirad of examples around the internet, and I personally have used asterisk for this exact purpose in the past. (kinda why i recommended it) Just as a tip, Check the laws wherever you are, sometimes there will be a case were if the recipient picks up and presses a number, you have to deliver them to a representative in a certain time period for outgoing automated calls.
Aug
5
comment Best way to mirror data across two-node apache cluster
Exactly my thinking as well, They're perfectly acceptable options at a very very large scale.
Aug
5
comment Add frame window to all websites for users on network
ethical issues aside, what scale are we talking about? What you want to do is completely possible (i've done it as a april fool's day joke @ an old job) but if we're talking about needing to do that on all web page requests at 100mbps, thats another story... Give us more information please.
Aug
2
comment Why aren't features like gzip enabled by default on many webservers?
agree with Tom, IE6 compatibility problems are a joke now.
Jul
15
comment Apache VHost Configuration Precedence?
Thats actually what I did, after I figured out apache reads top to bottom. A single file with the subdomains above the *.
Jul
15
comment Apache VHost Configuration Precedence?
Not thrilled by HOW that worked, but thanks.
Jun
13
comment Mod_Rewriting based on a GET variable
Yea, Already discovered that. :p Found the error :)
May
25
comment Best way to do a web server performance comparison
out of curiousity, is there any different then apache's AB?
May
16
comment Web based BIND9 DNS tools?
While I personally hate Bind9 and avoid it like the plague, -- I've seen this tool used with success in the past.
May
16
comment WinSCP alternative for OS X (that supports sudo and without virtualizing WinSCP)
Yea, doesn't do sudo. :/
May
16
comment WinSCP alternative for OS X (that supports sudo and without virtualizing WinSCP)
Yea, doesn't do sudo. :/
May
10
comment Command Line One-Liners: Quick & Dirty “Bytes Transferred” report
useful as well, thanks.