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I do computer stuff. I administer servers and networks, develop software and web pages, help ordinary users, process some 2d graphics etc. I'm really good at PostgreSQL, CentOS Linux/RHEL, C++ and IT security and know countless other IT technologies.

You can contact me at tometzky(at)ato.waw.pl.


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awarded  Curious
Jun
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comment Lots of users, reverse proxys and problems with both
OpenVPN HOWTO recommends seldom used private networks for this purpose, which means something like 172.27.0.0/16. This is to avoid conflict with internal networks of your clients, as majority of them use 192.168.0.0/24 or 10.0.0.0/8.
Jun
27
comment Lots of users, reverse proxys and problems with both
I'm not a VPN expert but I suppose you can configure it even to use class A (10.0.0.0/8) private network, which would allow 16M of IP addresses. It's just a matter of how many concurrent VPN connections your server can handle reasonably well. You can also use private class B (172.16.0.0/16..172.31.0.0/16).
Jun
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answered Lots of users, reverse proxys and problems with both
Jun
27
answered tmpfs - auto create whole path when write to file
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
11
comment apache performance static file
Maybe your VPS provider is forcing compression on text/html content? And is doing it poorly. Or using some kind of malware protection for hosted HTML. Try the same ab commands using localhost.
Apr
11
answered How to block requests for virtual hosts that dont exist in apache
Apr
11
answered Is it possible to see the RAM units configuration on HP ProLiant DL380 G5
Apr
4
comment User logon takes long but the roaming profile is small
It was antivirus program slowing down profile downloading in my company.
Apr
3
answered Can Windows Server 2008 act as a KMS for Windows 7?
Mar
25
comment Securing the Django web site which is run with Apache mod_wsgi
Warning: untested.
Mar
25
answered Securing the Django web site which is run with Apache mod_wsgi
Mar
25
comment PostgreSQL 9.1 on CentOS 6.5 - recovery.conf causing process exit with error code
SElinux? A mislabeled recovery.conf or other file? Try to setenforce 0 before starting Postgres. I suppose you use self-compiled Postgres, so I don't think it is labeled correctly. But remember that running without SELinux disables many security features of CentOS.
Mar
25
answered Pgpool configuration with Liferay cluster
Mar
23
answered Outbound DDOS Attacks Being Run from Our Server
Mar
22
answered Is it possible to have multiple users on FreeDOS? For remote terminal use
Mar
21
revised veto files on a Windows Share
Corrected misleading title
Mar
21
answered The recycle bin on (shared, redirected My Pictures/My Videos) folder is corrupted