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I'm the sole Network Admin for a design and media company of about 500 nodes. I'm working towards my CCNP and possibly MCSE.

CCNA | MS-70-640 | MS-70-642 | Network+


Dec
16
accepted Solaris 11.1 Install Error (USB)
Dec
16
answered Solaris 11.1 Install Error (USB)
Dec
12
asked Solaris 11.1 Install Error (USB)
Nov
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
27
accepted Solaris 11.1 in boot loop
Jul
25
awarded  Talkative
Jul
24
comment Solaris 11.1 in boot loop
Thanks I'll keep that in mind for next time.
Jul
24
answered Solaris 11.1 in boot loop
Jul
23
asked Solaris 11.1 in boot loop
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
asked Intel 10Gbps NIC not working within Solaris 11
Jun
13
comment When to use hot-spare?
I'm not familiar with the internals of that JBOD but it still remains true if you exchange the word "jbod" in my post for "expander" or "backplane" or "hba". I was just trying to say that hot spares are "acceptable" only if they don't add a single point of failure :) .
Jun
13
answered When to use hot-spare?
May
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
21
accepted How to view traffic operating on a specific port without plugging into egress interface? (Cisco IOS)
Apr
21
comment How to view traffic operating on a specific port without plugging into egress interface? (Cisco IOS)
@joeqwerty Thanks that worked. For any future readers, I used "ManageEngine Net Flow".
Apr
21
comment How to view traffic operating on a specific port without plugging into egress interface? (Cisco IOS)
@joeqwerty I'll try to figure out the syntax of that command. One question though: Which interface would I apply it to? LAN/WAN? Assuming I'm trying to find the local IP of the host, who is communicating on those ports. I know it would seem obvious that it's the LAN. Just want to make sure though....
Apr
21
asked How to view traffic operating on a specific port without plugging into egress interface? (Cisco IOS)
Apr
17
comment Does ZFS really stripe across every vdev, even in very large zpools?
Are you assuming RAID-Z2? You only get the IOPS of one disk per VDEV in RAID-Z2, not combined IOPS. So yes it would be slow but that's why you try to use 10k,15k or SSD's. Also, you should always use mirrors instead of RAID-Z with ZFS if you can for better IOPS and throughput.