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Apr
12
comment Tools a Unix administrator cannot live without
if you like tail -f, you will love multitail
Feb
13
answered Tail multiple remote files
Jan
11
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Dec
25
comment Do I need seperate iptables rule for ipv6 address?
Do you have IPv6 enabled by default? A lot of distros these days come with it enabled. If yes, then you definitely want to filter out IPv6 explicitly, as IPv6 has a lot of built in connectivity, even if you don't configure it.
Dec
25
answered Do I need seperate iptables rule for ipv6 address?
Dec
18
answered Difference of running scripts manually or with a cronjob
Nov
17
answered explicitly allocating resources on linux
Nov
8
answered Monitoring what files are changed
Oct
26
comment Can I get apache to log only a sample of the requests?
So you mean 'sample' in a statistically proper way, not the layperson's version, right?
Oct
26
answered What's the difference between a bridge and a switch?
Oct
24
answered Speedstep and Intel x5570?
Oct
23
comment ls | grep regex, ignore files with .tab,
Umm...I did that on purpose, in the spirit of Halloween ;) I seriously need more coffee...
Oct
23
comment ls | grep regex, ignore files with .tab,
You're correct, that's what I get for doing regex before coffinating myself ;)
Oct
23
answered ls | grep regex, ignore files with .tab,
Oct
22
comment Block ARP on Router
ifconfig eth0 -arp
Oct
21
comment How can I solve the apache2 httpd error “mixing * ports and non-* ports with a NameVirtualHost address is not supported”
You cannot mix the two types on the same ip:port. I've had a setup where I had two ip's, one had massvhost hanging off it, the other had all the regular namebased hosts. More importantly, what is the goal? What are you trying to achieve? What are your constraints?
Oct
21
answered Block ARP on Router
Oct
19
answered Is there any way to exclude specific entries from Linux log files?
Oct
19
comment Is part of the job of being a sysadmin tinkering and experimenting?
I completely agree, there's only that many patches to be applied, and backups to be performed before you go insane if you dont get to play with something new/shiny/different.
Oct
2
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