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bio website nuovolabs.com
location Jupiter, FL
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I am a Python / Django developer. I specialize in developing SAAS applications using Django. My language of choice is Python, but I am sometimes forced to use English.


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Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
21
comment What is this in my syslog and should I be concerned?
Thanks, +1 - Regarding "private network", I should rather say that my "cloud" hosting provider's local network that can be accessed via all "cloud" servers.
Jun
21
comment What is this in my syslog and should I be concerned?
There are other machines that aren't mine, in the same network. Regarding unconfigured interfaces, I didn't create any interfaces or even do anything to the server, pertaining to networking (aside from add gratuitous rules to iptables).
Jun
21
accepted What is this in my syslog and should I be concerned?
Jun
21
comment What is this in my syslog and should I be concerned?
Thanks. Is it safe to ignore it (i.e., is it common to have this running constantly), or is it something I should disable? The private network that my server is in blocks bcast, FWIW.
Jun
21
asked What is this in my syslog and should I be concerned?
Jun
21
accepted Is is possible for rsync to partly copy a file, if a process gets killed?
Jun
21
comment Is is possible for rsync to partly copy a file, if a process gets killed?
Great. Thanks again, espenfjo.
Jun
21
comment Is is possible for rsync to partly copy a file, if a process gets killed?
Thanks. Do you happen to know if rsync will return a 0 response in any situation that hasn't resulted in the file being created exactly as you intended it (baring kernel bugs and hardware issues)? I'm using rsync to archive my WAL logs and I just want to make sure it'll never lie to my database.
Jun
21
asked Is is possible for rsync to partly copy a file, if a process gets killed?
Jun
20
accepted How can I use SSL behind a load balancer and still get the client IP?
Jun
20
comment How can I use SSL behind a load balancer and still get the client IP?
@CrazyDart - thanks. It's a Rackspace "cloud load balancer". I told them that same thing "just decrypt, add headers, re-encrypt, transfer back to my server"...
Jun
20
asked How can I use SSL behind a load balancer and still get the client IP?
Jun
20
answered How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
Jun
11
revised Memory is free, but still swapping?
Wrapped inline code in backticks
Jun
11
suggested suggested edit on Memory is free, but still swapping?
Jun
9
comment Redirect from HTTP to HTTPS with respect to the X-Forwarded-For header (SSL termination used)
Oh :/ thanks again, that's good to know. Man, people like you make the tech world go round.