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Sep
24
comment Hardware vs Software load balancers: Just a cost issue?
SSL offload hardware is also available directly for webservers, and supported by the ubiquitous OpenSSL library on Linux; this advantage isn't by any means unique to hardware load balancers.
Jul
16
accepted Defining a persistent static route on Mac OS X
May
15
accepted Windows Server 2003 - passwordless access to \\myhost\ but not \\myhost.mydomain.net\
May
7
awarded  Commentator
May
7
comment Windows Server 2003 - passwordless access to \\myhost\ but not \\myhost.mydomain.net\
Is the IE trusted site list used for Windows File Sharing, as opposed to web browsing?
May
7
answered Windows Server 2003 - passwordless access to \\myhost\ but not \\myhost.mydomain.net\
May
7
asked Windows Server 2003 - passwordless access to \\myhost\ but not \\myhost.mydomain.net\
Apr
14
revised kill -9 doesn't work
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Apr
14
comment kill -9 doesn't work
It would be helpful if you describe the operating system the NFS client is running; this is actually more relevant than knowing that the server is a NetApp appliance.
Apr
14
answered kill -9 doesn't work
Apr
14
awarded  Editor
Apr
14
revised Installing Mercurial 1.5.1 on Debian Lenny
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Apr
4
answered Installing Mercurial 1.5.1 on Debian Lenny
Apr
4
answered How to know the number of CPUs and spec for each CPU/Core in Ubuntu Karmic?
Apr
4
comment What is chroot in proftpd
@Saif - correct, it is normal and expected for any security-conscious FTP daemon to be using chroot. I can only speculate on why you wouldn't have seen this in the past -- security update impacting the logging code? log settings change? etc.
Apr
4
awarded  Scholar
Apr
4
answered What is chroot in proftpd
Apr
4
comment Defining a persistent static route on Mac OS X
jpb, RouteSplit sets up a launchd job, which does run at boot. Second, it's not the use of launchd itself that's hackish, but rather the lack of integration with the rest of the system -- for instance, the fact that the job doesn't get rerun if networking is restarted, but is only run once at boot.
Apr
2
answered Linux: Can that command “break” the machine?
Apr
2
comment p2v v2v v2p tool from open source?
"v2v" often means translating between different systems -- so kvm<->VMware, or RHEV, or such; from that perspective, there's a bit more going on than just copying the backing store.