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bio website kai.sh
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seen May 16 at 2:04

I'm passionate about the web and the technologies that power it.


Dec
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
13
awarded  Yearling
Aug
13
awarded  Yearling
Jan
12
answered Is there a log file generated from python setup.py install?
Nov
6
comment How to improve performance?
Good question, Helvick. Sometimes over-provisioning vCPUs can have a negative effect. Slimming down to one vCPU has solved performance issues for a lot of people.
Nov
6
comment How to improve performance?
Hmm. The high disk queue lengths still point to a bottleneck existing on the storage. Are your memory and processor performance counters showing any signs of stress?
Nov
5
answered How to improve performance?
Nov
5
comment Script to list current user's mapped network drives
Made the change in the post to output to username.txt
Nov
5
comment Script to list current user's mapped network drives
If you want to name files after usernames instead of computer, change $computer.txt to: $env:username + ".txt"
Nov
5
answered Script to list current user's mapped network drives
Sep
25
answered MOSS: How to move/copy templates from one server to another?
Sep
25
accepted Need advice: Boot-from-SAN back to Direct-Attached Storage
Sep
21
awarded  Commentator
Sep
21
comment Need advice: Boot-from-SAN back to Direct-Attached Storage
Tyvm for the advice
Sep
21
comment Need advice: Boot-from-SAN back to Direct-Attached Storage
Thanks for the tip -- absolutely!
Sep
21
comment Need advice: Boot-from-SAN back to Direct-Attached Storage
Thanks for the reassurance!
Sep
21
awarded  Student
Sep
21
asked Need advice: Boot-from-SAN back to Direct-Attached Storage
Sep
13
comment VMware — clone -vs- templating a gold master server
Just saw your linux guest OS comment. The same reasoning applies as far as time and mistake reduction. There are other benefits that speed the process. I also recommend degragging and using VM tools to shrink your disks when you have your gold master. What this does is zero-out the empty space on the disk(s) aka vmdks. When you provision a VM from a template, the VM clone process ignores the zeroed part of the vmdk, reducing the time it takes to perform the clone/copy.
Sep
13
answered VMware — clone -vs- templating a gold master server