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I am The Real Bill. I have expertise in Linux and Python, with solid experience In a variety of techs. Currently I work at Rackspace where I am a Cloud Sites engineer designing the next iteration of the platform.


Jan
27
answered How to check if redis master is OK?
Jan
27
answered Moving Redis persistence to a slave
Jul
14
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
7
answered Can I use redis with load balancer?
Feb
29
comment Why is “chmod -R 777 /” destructive?
Typing something like "less foo.txt" would not execute a file called less.txt laying around regardless of executable bit being set. You would need to have the directory less.txt was in in your path and you would have to type "less.txt foo.txt" - not really an accidental thing there. Even if you were using shell completion it would stop at less and you would still have to add the .txt. To call a random text file with executable bit set you'd have to ./nameoffile.txt.
Jun
7
answered postfix: catch outgoing mail and redirect
Jun
7
answered freebsd 8 mail log status, what do these mean?
Jun
7
comment freebsd 8 mail log status, what do these mean?
The message in the parenthises is the message the remote server said during the attempt to send it. Status=sent with message queued for delivery in patens is the remote server saying it accepted your message. Hence status=sent. Your other explanations are off as well but since this is just a comment I'll post an answer to explain them correctly.
Jun
1
awarded  Teacher
May
31
answered Change postfix logging behavior to omit connections from localhost due to monit
Mar
30
answered PostgreSQL lots of writes