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bio website byte-consult.be
location Belgium
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I'm a computer scientist, currently doing a lot of work in the asset tracking field. I do plenty of application design, lots of programming and system administration for a living. I'm not a particular expert in a field but I do go deep into a subject/problem which is probably my only specialty ;-)


Aug
12
comment Possible to add basic HTTP access authentication via HAProxy?
That 'better' bible link is 404'ing. Even better would be this haproxy.org/#docs . There you find HTML/text manual goodies.
Jun
13
answered haproxy multihost with ssl acl
Jan
24
comment What is a Pem file and how does it differ from other OpenSSL Generated Key File Formats?
Indeed true, I just noticed this today. I had to enter a PEM certificate in rackspace loadbalancer and I was wondering if the generated crt was in that format. But it worked like that, so that was my conclusion as well, most of these .crt's come in PEM format it seems.
Nov
29
answered Unable to configure haproxy with ssl
Nov
28
comment Nginx with proxy_pass and local static cache won't serve images from the proxy location
using try_files would be a much better solution though
Apr
1
comment Xen hypervisor 4.1 Kernel Panic on Ubuntu 12.04
I don't think it's a bug, there is really no reason to hand out 16 CPu's to dom0. With 2 VCPU's you can serve about 70 vm's. When it froze on me , I immediately thought about the (new) cpu's. I did read somewhere in advance. The solution is simple, i've put it below already: "dom0_mem=1G,max:1G dom0_max_vcpus=2 dom0_vcpus_pin=1". And then it was all fine
Mar
29
comment Xen hypervisor 4.1 Kernel Panic on Ubuntu 12.04
Note, if you have more than 8 CPU's (hyperthread counts for 1), for instance with 2 quadcore cpu's, ubuntu 12.04 LTS xen will hang at boot.
Jan
7
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
7
revised Xen hypervisor 4.1 Kernel Panic on Ubuntu 12.04
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Jan
7
answered Xen hypervisor 4.1 Kernel Panic on Ubuntu 12.04
Jan
7
comment Xen hypervisor 4.1 Kernel Panic on Ubuntu 12.04
Try this: "dom0_mem=1G,max:1G dom0_max_vcpus=2 dom0_vcpus_pin=1". Exactly like that.
Dec
2
awarded  Supporter
Oct
24
awarded  Editor
Oct
24
revised nginx rewriting location of permanent rewrites
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Oct
24
comment nginx rewriting location of permanent rewrites
So no location stuff, just this.... check the nginx pitfalls page, I don't understand why you would set a $root var.
Oct
24
answered nginx rewriting location of permanent rewrites