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bio website econemon.com
location Berlin, Germany
age 34
visits member for 5 years, 8 months
seen Mar 21 at 12:34

I'm running my own startup which sells software to help companies monitor their energy consumption in detail. My programming tasks center on the Java / OSGi backend and a web-based GUI that is currently being migrated from ActionScript / Flash to JS / AJAX.


Mar
9
accepted How can I recover overwritten labels, pointer blocks and ueberblocks in a ZFS pool?
Mar
2
revised How can I recover overwritten labels, pointer blocks and ueberblocks in a ZFS pool?
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Mar
2
comment How can I recover overwritten labels, pointer blocks and ueberblocks in a ZFS pool?
No, import -D doesn't do anything, which is probably not surprising, as I didn't destroy the old pool, I "just" overwrote it. Ouch.
Mar
1
asked How can I recover overwritten labels, pointer blocks and ueberblocks in a ZFS pool?
Nov
26
accepted How do I fork HTTP traffic to a staging server?
Nov
26
comment How do I fork HTTP traffic to a staging server?
@djangofan - That's sort of what I was referring to in my last paragraph. Since I'm looking at the topmost layer here, I wouldn't care about what happens on the TCP layer, the proxy could just open a new connection and bin bucket everything that comes back.
Nov
26
asked How do I fork HTTP traffic to a staging server?
Jul
28
revised How can I install a headless JDK on an Ubuntu Jaunty server?
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Jul
28
comment How can I install a headless JDK on an Ubuntu Jaunty server?
That bug thread does not look very promising to me. It seems there are some side effects to be tackled and the maintainer seems not too eager about solving the problem. I'll probably be selfish and go for the Sun JDK.
Jul
28
comment How can I install a headless JDK on an Ubuntu Jaunty server?
That is obviously an option, of course. If I must, I will. To find out if I do, I ask. These dependencies are probably more packages than I ever will install on the whole server, and I don't need a single one of them. They all want to be updated, they all go into my system images, they have config files, in short, they just add noise to my system and incur a maintenance tax for nothing.
Jul
28
accepted How can I install a headless JDK on an Ubuntu Jaunty server?
Jul
28
asked How can I install a headless JDK on an Ubuntu Jaunty server?
Jul
14
accepted How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
Jul
13
revised How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
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Jul
13
comment What have you done, as a system administrator, for ecology?
How and when do you shut down servers and workstations? I posted a question (serverfault.com/questions/39851/…) on that topic and would be interested in knowing more about it.
Jul
13
comment What have you done, as a system administrator, for ecology?
How do you switch off machines and how do you decide when they should be?
Jul
13
answered What have you done, as a system administrator, for ecology?
Jul
13
asked How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
Jul
13
accepted On Linux, what is a faster way than `find` or `diff -r` to see if something inside a directory has changed?
Jul
13
comment On Linux, what is a faster way than `find` or `diff -r` to see if something inside a directory has changed?
Yeah, it would, but I'd still have to program my own little software that would listen to those events and then do something. I'm looking for something that I can just use.