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I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.


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comment Linux server security checklist
StackExchange style QnA sites to not work well with checklist style questions, and "starting another one" makes things worse not better.
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revised Backup with bash and rsync
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Jul
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comment Backup with bash and rsync
@Roger I think you got that backwards. Subversion requires everything to talk to a single central server. Git is distributed so every copy can work independently including interacting with the repository, doing commits etc without having network access to talk to other repositories. Later they can be synced/merged.
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revised Backup with bash and rsync
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Jul
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comment Backup with bash and rsync
I'm sorry my post had the wrong link, try the new link for the homepage that has usage and example and explanation. I also tried to guess what a command might look like for you.
Jul
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comment Backup with bash and rsync
Using just rsync I can only think of how to keep ONE set of backup files not a whole series like you are suggesting. That led me to think of this which is a whole different kind of solution. It setups up folders and keeps however many sets of data you want. You use it much like rsync with a source folder and a target location for the backups to end up, but you also specify how many increments of things to keep.
Jul
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answered Backup with bash and rsync
Jun
30
comment Dns server which is better bind or mydns?
What's bad? mysql-bind or just the OP's question?
Jun
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comment How high can system load go?
@Cyclops: If the OP did not intend to ask about acceptable levels on servers and was asking a purely theoretical question about how *nix systems worked wouldn't that be off topic here and a candidate for migrating to unix.SE?
Jun
28
comment How high can system load go?
possible duplicate of Acceptable load average
Jun
28
comment What is system load?
This question has been asked before, and there are several duplicates. Additionally the answer is found in several of the answers and comments under question you linked.
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revised How high can system load go?
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revised Dns server which is better bind or mydns?
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Jun
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answered How high can system load go?
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revised Dns server which is better bind or mydns?
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Jun
28
comment /etc/hosts for single process
Perhaps this should have been migrated to unix.SE instead of ServerFault?
Jun
25
answered How Do I Make A Bash Script for Git Checkin/Checkout?
Jun
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revised Simulated NAT Traversal on Virtual Box
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Jun
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comment Pick the default network interface
Glad you figured this out. If nobody else answered this and your edit represents the solution, you should add that below in an answer section of it's own then accept it as the correct answer (after the timeout). Please do not put answers in the question section.