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answered How to define appropriate measurements for a Service Level Agreement?
Jul
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answered How to check if a server support xmpp protocol?
Jul
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answered Installing an OS from a netbooted Linux image
Jul
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comment Using Free/Open BSD + pf as a DDoS filter
FreeBSD is likely to scale quite a bit better, since it's networking is quite a bit less locky. PF will still run single threaded though, so it may not scale to 1Gb/s
Jul
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answered Solaris 10: updates and patches are free?
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answered Why is Linux more popular than BSD?
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answered Timeout ssh sessions after inactivity?
Jul
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comment nslookup Failure
From his description, it doesn't sound like nslookup goes through nss, since the domain is in /etc/hosts, so should be found by it, if it goes though nss, rather than straight to DNS. That said, I'd agree with using dig rather than nslookup.
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answered nslookup Failure
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comment default mail domain
It appears this is correct. It seems to read /etc/mailname, and then chop off everything up to the first dot to get the domain for users mail addresses.
Jul
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comment default mail domain
Nope. Don't have any such file.
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comment default mail domain
my /etc/mailname says mail.example.com, and I've dpkg-reconfigure'd exim4-config, so that the system mail name, and visible domain name are both set to mail.example.com. But my email is still showing up as coming from user@example.com. Anywhere else it could be set?
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comment Unix Cron : Can we set cron jobs to run at the same time
/etc/cron.daily /etc/cron.hourly don't all execute at the same time. They execute in asciibetical order, one after another.
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