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Senior Platform Engineer @ FullContact


Jun
29
awarded  Nice Answer
May
27
comment Best and cheapest way to host 1000s email addresses for our subscribers
Google Apps if you don't want to host it yourself (1000s of barely used emails will hardly make a dent in a server)
Mar
28
comment Using Top - 4 processes have 100%+ CPU: How?
Yes, if you have 4 cores and you max it out, you'll be using 400% CPU :)
Mar
28
comment Dealing with HTTP w00tw00t attacks
It does use a table. However I simplified a lot of it as it was tailored to my system.
Mar
26
revised Mod_rewrite (CakePHP routing functionality) forbidden after Snow Leopard upgrade
Updated post with solution from comments
Mar
24
comment Dealing with HTTP w00tw00t attacks
Yes, I have it scan the Apache error logs for any "w00tw00t" IPs and add them if they don't exist, though for simplicity I didn't add the check for duplicates.
Mar
24
answered Dealing with HTTP w00tw00t attacks
Mar
20
answered rsync for copying file
Mar
20
answered CPU/Mem/Disk utilization (average) after process has completed
Mar
16
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
2
comment Where can I buy a good rackmount workstation?
They're nice, but even with ECC, it shouldn't cost another 1.7k for 24gb of RAM.
Mar
1
comment What is “Cloud Computing”?
I'm aware of the negative reputation this would create, but what most call "Cloud Computing" is not.
Mar
1
answered What is “Cloud Computing”?
Feb
26
answered How common is it to use additional dedicated servers for redundancy?
Feb
25
answered Centos /dev/sda1 partition memory issue
Feb
21
comment Can I configure the Windows hosts file to use IP address plus port?
They're still going to the same address, the port doesn't even factor into what hosts does. The port will still work, you can run them in parallel.
Feb
21
answered Can I configure the Windows hosts file to use IP address plus port?
Feb
14
awarded  Organizer
Feb
14
answered Server power supply failures?
Feb
14
comment Linux - Help, I'm running out of inodes!
Reiser is excellent for tons of tiny little files. I'd go with that.