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I am a software engineer who enjoys building clean, consistent, scalable, and highly testable code using Test-Driven and Agile Development methods on .NET and open-source platforms.

I am also an experienced systems administrator who has been responsible for managing large Windows/Linux networks, building scalable platforms for high-traffic websites, and utilizing my engineering background to build automated deployment, testing, and QA systems.

I try to keep an active lifestyle, and I like working with people who like being active and having fun. Surfing, snowboarding, rock climbing, poker nights ... I'M IN.


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Jun
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Jun
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answered Nginx reverse proxy to another nginx server serving static files
Jun
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asked NetApp filer uses more amps when one power supply is turned off
Apr
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awarded  Benefactor
Apr
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accepted Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
Apr
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comment Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
@FlorinAsavoaie Tried that just now. Nothing changed, and the same dmesg output: usb 1-3: reset high speed USB device number 5 using ehci_hcd. I'm starting to think that this thing is just dead in the water.
Apr
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Apr
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comment Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
I did not have the path you mentioned. However, I did run this, and it completed, but it didn't change anything that I could tell: root@server-name [/sys/class/scsi_host/host5]# echo "- - -" > scan
Apr
4
comment Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
Also added output of /proc/usb-storage/5, in case that helps.
Apr
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comment Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
@MatthewIfe Added. Thx!
Apr
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revised Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
Added output of /dev/scsi/scsi and usb-storage/5
Apr
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asked Server USB hard drive not listed in /dev, but it appears in lsusb
Mar
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comment Using more than 80% power on a circuit in a disaster scenario
"When things go wrong they tend to go wrong in surprising and unexpected ways." I like the way you put that.
Mar
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comment Using more than 80% power on a circuit in a disaster scenario
@davidgo At this facility, overage fees are charged if your 95th percentile of power usage each month goes over the 80% mark (per circuit). So, the only "guarantee" is likely the 80% mark. However, you might have a point about simply asking them directly what their breaker situation is at the source.
Mar
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comment Using more than 80% power on a circuit in a disaster scenario
@MarkHenderson 30A 120V
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asked Using more than 80% power on a circuit in a disaster scenario
Oct
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asked Drop in HAproxy traffic with increase in connections
Oct
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accepted Maxing out both PDUs in a rack with redundant power