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Operations Engineer by day, tinkerer by night.


Apr
9
awarded  Yearling
Apr
26
comment Accounts expired immediately after reboot with Solaris 11, Why?
Yeah, Vbox is great, but when it comes to USB 2.0 support, VMware is the way to go.
Apr
24
comment Accounts expired immediately after reboot with Solaris 11, Why?
Can you post the part of the shadow line after the passwordhash?
Apr
24
revised Accounts expired immediately after reboot with Solaris 11, Why?
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Apr
24
comment Accounts expired immediately after reboot with Solaris 11, Why?
~lol~ My bad. /etc/shadow is the correct file. Updating answer.
Apr
24
answered Accounts expired immediately after reboot with Solaris 11, Why?
Apr
24
comment Review of a crontab script to add timestamps to minutely runs; any suggestions?
Based on what you have posted, this cron job should run once every minute. It should always post the "cron execution bit" and it should always post the "end cron exec" bit. The php bit may be empty depending on your environment and the php code being executed.
Apr
22
awarded  Commentator
Apr
22
comment Web server response time variability
One manner of dealing with it is to set the DNS entries with a longer TTL, so that the information is cached for a longer period of time, reducing the number of queries that a browser feels the need to execute. It's worthwhile to also test from multiple locations, to ensure that the time delay issues aren't specific to any one particular network region.
Apr
19
revised Web server response time variability
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Apr
19
answered Web server response time variability
Apr
19
comment Two devices with the same name in a zpool, cannot replace
Ouch. :( @USD Matt's answer is definitely right on: migrate the data off/rebuild.
Apr
19
answered Two devices with the same name in a zpool, cannot replace
Apr
17
answered Adding bluetooth dongle to vmware server
Apr
10
answered Slow Memcached: Average 10ms memcached `get`
Apr
10
comment DNS setup on Centos 6 VPS
If the IP address listed in that page is the name server, then either bind(or whichever name server you are using) is down, not binding to the public ip address, or there is a firewall rule preventing port 53 from hitting your box.
Apr
9
comment How to reset Ubuntu 12.04 iptables to default without locking oneself out?
If you disable all iptable rules that would kick off on a reboot, the default rules for a freshly booted box would default to just the three tables in ACCEPT mode. The other tables would disappear. Assuming the rules you were dealing with before were done manually, then a reboot would clear them. However, if they came up that way, then you will need to find and disable/comment out/remove the rules getting installed at startup.
Apr
9
answered mysql error 1062 'duplicate entry' when restoring backup
Apr
9
answered Nginx - multiple servers configuration
Apr
9
awarded  Editor