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Feb
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comment sync time on linux using ntp and persist it
@JannePikkarainen: True, ntpdate does no good if there's no network connection, but hwclock does. You need to use hwclock if you want the correct time right after booting.
Feb
1
comment sync time on linux using ntp and persist it
I took the liberty of expanding your already good answer a bit. Hope you don't mind.
Feb
1
revised sync time on linux using ntp and persist it
typo
Feb
1
comment sync time on linux using ntp and persist it
ntpd alone will not help maintaining the time across reboots (it will only correct the time some seconds(?) after a reboot, and will not work if there's no net connection).
Jan
19
revised Syntax highlight in bugzilla
fix links
Dec
29
comment How to track down the file a process is executed from on disk?
@symcbean: Good points. Why not make that an answer?
Dec
29
comment how to track down permanent disk accesses on linux
-1 please don't post new questions as answers.
Dec
29
revised How to track down the file a process is executed from on disk?
corrected, expanded
Dec
29
answered How to track down the file a process is executed from on disk?
Dec
14
answered Totally blocking Internet Access though Group Policy on Windows Server 2008 R2
Dec
7
comment Server should shutdown when network connectivity goes down
I don't see how this could work. AFAIK, /etc/network/if-post-down.d/ is called if the network connection is shut down locally (by calling the approriate shutdown programs/scripts). It is not invoked if the network just dies for reasons outside the local system.
Dec
7
comment Is it possible for a TCP connection to remain open when the client has disconnected?
@joeqwerty: True, however the server could decide that it does not want to keep open a connection indefinitely, and could implement some timeout/close mechanism. That is what David Schwartz meant in his answer by "it is the responsibility of the application code". So the server can make a difference between a half-open connection and an idle connection if it wants to. To TCP however, there is indeed no difference between a half-open connection and an idle connection.
Nov
6
accepted Links inside intranet: use fully qualified name, or just hostname?
Oct
9
comment Links inside intranet: use fully qualified name, or just hostname?
Good point about people accidentally logging in to the wrong site with a short URL - didn't think about the security implications.
Oct
9
asked Links inside intranet: use fully qualified name, or just hostname?
Sep
29
comment 100% uptime for a web application
+1 for not jumping to conclusions, and instead just asking the client to explain what they have in mind.
Sep
3
comment How do I enable characters like [Æ, Ø, Å] in PuTTY/Debian?
@Codemonkey: Hm, weird. Did you try input after starting a program like vim on the remote server? Did that work? I'm afraid I can't really help much beyond that. Maybe try asking on the chat.
Sep
1
answered How do I enable characters like [Æ, Ø, Å] in PuTTY/Debian?
Aug
15
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Jun
21
revised Monitoring bespoke software with Zenoss
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