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Jan
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revised DNS just started resolving my server.prod addresses to 127.0.53.53
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Jan
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Jan
15
comment How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
I think both of those things are true. The version you linked to is 7 years old, and the current documentation is also either incomplete, unclear, or inaccurate, based on the link ewwhite provided in his answer.
Jan
15
revised How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
removed initial misleading part of answer; summarized quote from LSI
Jan
14
comment How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
It's interesting to note that the SNIA specification for what LSI calls RAID10 is referred to by SNIA as "RAID-1E Integrated Adjacent Stripe Mirroring", SNIA's definition of RAID1 is the usual definition of simple unstriped mirroring, and SNIA has nothing called "RAID10". (What is normally called RAID10 is implemented by SNIA as a "secondary RAID level".)
Jan
14
comment How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
As always, ewwhite, you rock.
Jan
14
accepted How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
Jan
14
comment How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
I don't know what to say other than that this answer doesn't match the evidence. It is not required that there be only two drives in an "array". I can put more in.
Jan
14
asked How does LSI MegaRAID actually lay out RAID10 sets?
Dec
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Nov
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Nov
12
comment How does the HTTP GET method work in relation to DNS protocol?
You say "This is not correct HTTP request", and that's mostly true, but it's closer than you imply: "To allow for transition to absoluteURIs in all requests in future versions of HTTP, all HTTP/1.1 servers MUST accept the absoluteURI form in requests". (RFC 2616 §5.1.2) So GET http://www.pippo.it/hello.htm HTTP/1.1 would be a valid, if unusual, request. It would also be a valid and usual request to an HTTP proxy.
Nov
8
accepted Run local command after ssh session ends
Oct
31
comment Run local command after ssh session ends
@ewwhite: You mean you never found a way to automate the fix? If not, the fix is right there in the question. Also, while I know you're joking, it's not like the switch would avoid crapping on my terminal just because the connection is unencrypted.
Oct
31
comment Run local command after ssh session ends
Yeah, I said I could do this. (To be fair, I guess I did only say "alias" and not "wrapper script".) Regardless, I'm not sure why you want to eval that. It throws away the benefit of double-quoting $@.
Oct
30
answered Run local command after ssh session ends
Oct
30
revised Run local command after ssh session ends
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Oct
30
asked Run local command after ssh session ends
Oct
28
answered Linux Command line tool to work with netmasks / CIDR notation
Oct
28
comment CIDR Ranges for Everything except RFC1918
Source code home for "netmask" seems to be here: trap.mtview.ca.us/~talby/netmask_2.4.tar.gz