897 reputation
517
bio website simbiosi.org
location Lausanne, Switzerland
age 38
visits member for 4 years, 10 months
seen Nov 8 at 21:24

I'm an Italian vagabond now established in Switzerland since 2006, I'm a knowledge devourer a proud father, an happy husband, a funny and honest friend.

In my (never) free time, I love DMing some RPGs, cooking, playing guitar, studying computer science, doing sport and never sleeping.

I'm a *GNU/*Linux PC.

I am/was working as

  • Senior System Architect of multi-tier WEB based application on Unix/Linux architectures.
  • Unix specialist with strong knowledge in Open Source solutions.
  • System Integrator and Application Solution Analyst.
  • Unix and Network administrator.
  • Java and Unix System Performance Analyst.

My tech specialties

System Administration: Unix (Solaris,HP-UX,AIX), GNU/Linux, Windows NT, 2000, Dos. Network Administration: Alteon, DNS, Sendmail, Postfix, Radeon, Routers Cisco, Switches, Nokia Firewalls, IP tables. Programming: Shell Scripting (bash, ksh), PHP, AWK, sed, perl, ant, maven, GNU Make, LaTEX, XHTML, HTML. Application Administrator: Weblogic Server, OneToOne Portal, BEA Tuxedo, Vitria BW 4.2, JBoss, Jakarta Tomcat, Apache WebServer. DB Administration: MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL.


Dec
30
comment Webhosting provider where I don't have to transfer my domain?
It's something that cannot be done automatically, drop them a message asking informations using the contact form one.com/en/support
Dec
30
answered Webhosting provider where I don't have to transfer my domain?
Dec
29
comment Sun Directory Server 5.2 performance
Thanks, I hope the first case ;-) It would be nice to know if there are log analyzer that can find out which bind are not unbound
Dec
29
comment I'm trying to set up a LAMP server so it's totally anonymous, any suggestions?
Wow! This is a good subject, you earned a +1. Well, I'd use the Apache Conditional logging, so that you can avoid to log if the user is requesting one particular URL blogs.sitepoint.com/2004/02/18/conditional-logging-in-apache Then, I'd use captcha and similar other technologies to catch not human beings. So that the user have just to decipher an image to submit a story and finally I'd develop text filters in your web app, in order to catch spam like messages, so that a Human can then approve or not the story... This is a long discussion :-p
Dec
29
answered I'm trying to set up a LAMP server so it's totally anonymous, any suggestions?
Dec
29
comment Can I Exit my SSH Client After Starting an Update?
@petrus thanks :-)
Dec
29
answered Can I Exit my SSH Client After Starting an Update?
Dec
29
revised Sun Directory Server 5.2 performance
edited tags
Dec
29
asked Sun Directory Server 5.2 performance
Dec
29
answered How can I test the security of my server?
Dec
29
comment Is there a free virtual player for commercial use?
I consider really dangerous trusting Oracle. Is possible to run qemu on windows but performance are slightly lower. Why don't you consider to use a Linux box and run windows in the VM? It's what I do and perfomarmances are really much better then using VirtualBOX on windows.
Dec
29
answered optimal folder structure for storing 100k files on a USB drive
Dec
29
answered Is there a free virtual player for commercial use?
Dec
29
comment Ubuntu guest on Vista host using Virtualbox
@Robert No, it won't and probably it's the reason why you have performance issues, but maybe others have some ideas.
Dec
29
comment ctrl-v key on AIX
As the comments below are hidden by default, I found out that it works with: print $'\E[01;32m hello' ((( Not with \e )))
Dec
29
comment Block facebook even in the case users get their hands on tor, freegate and similar applications
I agree, it's dangerous to have frustrated and angry users.
Dec
29
comment ctrl-v key on AIX
Weird, but this is the solution: print $'\E[01;32m hello'
Dec
29
comment ctrl-v key on AIX
On ksh93 with $'' I have the same issue, it prints just the code inside the parenthesis. So far the first solution is the only one the works as expected.
Dec
29
answered Ubuntu guest on Vista host using Virtualbox
Dec
29
awarded  Commentator