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Apr
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accepted Why iperf still reports 1Gbps performance when using bonding over two 1Gbps adapters?
Apr
21
answered Why iperf still reports 1Gbps performance when using bonding over two 1Gbps adapters?
Apr
17
accepted How do I forward RDP connections to different machines similarly to Nginx?
Apr
17
asked How do I forward RDP connections to different machines similarly to Nginx?
Apr
16
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
comment How to restrict access to a child SVN directory only?
@Zack: I don't have a test environment right now, but I believe that yes, you can do that. Also relevant: What are the permissions to set on SVN root?
Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
13
accepted What's the point in redirecting users to “www2.”?
Feb
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asked What's the point in redirecting users to “www2.”?
Jan
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accepted How to restrict access to a child SVN directory only?
Jan
9
answered How to restrict access to a child SVN directory only?
Jan
8
revised How to restrict access to a child SVN directory only?
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Jan
7
asked How to restrict access to a child SVN directory only?
Jan
5
accepted Can I prevent some of the UFW messages from being logged?
Jan
5
revised Can I prevent some of the UFW messages from being logged?
Added info. Made the answer more specific to the question. Specified that the first example should be an exact match.
Jan
5
comment Can I prevent some of the UFW messages from being logged?
Great, thank you. Note that link-only answers are often downvoted and removed on Stack Exchange; I edited yours to provide information directly in the answer.
Jan
5
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Jan
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asked Can I prevent some of the UFW messages from being logged?
Nov
19
answered Minimizing Downtime With Upgrades For 3rd Party Products
Sep
16
comment Why iperf still reports 1Gbps performance when using bonding over two 1Gbps adapters?
@Jonathan: This doesn't explain why 1 + 1 equals 0.5.