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Apr
6
comment Something is burning in the server room; how can I quickly identify what it is?
Yeah, as a former firefighter, I wouldn't stay there without my gear. Even when a fire is out, we are trained to stay packed up because of the poisonous gasses. If I would call the pros, you should too!
Apr
5
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
5
answered Something is burning in the server room; how can I quickly identify what it is?
Mar
28
answered RAID 5 + hot spare, rebuild
Mar
21
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
revised Differences between bridged and NAT networking
deleted 136 characters in body; edited title
Mar
21
comment Differences between bridged and NAT networking
@EEAA ... but that doesn't explain why the routing doesn't work for an outside host.
Mar
21
answered Differences between bridged and NAT networking
Mar
20
answered Trying to clone a bare git repo: Could not read from remote repository
Mar
19
answered Completely format server for selling on ebay
Mar
17
comment How to run selinux sanbdox with access to /dev/urandom
No, you'll have to copy the sandbox_t to another context name, bless the context to read /dev/urandom, and run your program in that new context.
Mar
17
answered How to run selinux sanbdox with access to /dev/urandom
Mar
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Remote Desktop Software with low latency for thin clients
Mar
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Keytool ServerAlternateName
Mar
14
comment How to monitor server resources?
I don't know about inventing the wheel, but these comments are definitely turning one...
Mar
13
revised Protection from ARP spoofing
added 58 characters in body
Mar
13
answered Bypass openvpn for particular ip
Mar
13
comment How to introduce and detect errors in Twisted Pair cables
... and why are you embarking on this crazy adventure of trying to break your ethernet layer?
Mar
13
answered How to introduce and detect errors in Twisted Pair cables