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I love managing systems and discovering new ways to make life easier. I am passionate by teaching people new things and giving people advise on systems.


Oct
1
comment RedHat ntp offset becomes bigger over time
I have defined one server as we don't controll network we are in (it's at customer site). Fixed the issue.
Oct
1
comment RedHat ntp offset becomes bigger over time
@dfc: added the ntpq -p -crv, yes the polling should be in "overkill" mode as this is a packet-storage and needs correct timestamping.
Oct
1
revised RedHat ntp offset becomes bigger over time
added the ntpq -p -crv
Sep
30
answered Unable to set up 123-reg SSL's intermediate certificate on WHM?
Sep
30
asked RedHat ntp offset becomes bigger over time
Sep
25
accepted No posix acl in debian Wheezy with ext4
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
28
comment nginx url rewriting. i just don't get it
@TeroKilkanen My bad, wrote it without verifying...
May
28
revised nginx url rewriting. i just don't get it
removed slash
May
27
answered nginx url rewriting. i just don't get it
May
27
comment How to run a website domain without redirecting if IP is already used for another website?
I've updated the post for the vhost with ssl.
May
27
revised How to run a website domain without redirecting if IP is already used for another website?
edited vhost ssl example
May
27
comment How to run a website domain without redirecting if IP is already used for another website?
You better lower your dns TTL then for future changes also you can monitor the dns propagation on: whatsmydns.net
May
27
comment foreman-installer on wheezy fails
do you have puppet installed, if so where? And is your puppet without a master?
May
27
answered How to run a website domain without redirecting if IP is already used for another website?
May
25
awarded  Yearling
Apr
30
asked replay decrypted ssl traffic with tcpreplay
Apr
24
comment RHEL5: htop shows empty command-column
I run htop as the root user. This didn't happen in the begin. I can still see other processes with normal output. Because this are low pids I think they are some kernel threads that have gone wrong. I also aknowledge that an uptime of 1024 days may have something to do with it.