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Professional .Net Developer. Open Source dabbler. Apple fan.


Aug
29
comment BASH: Create a temporary password variable that doesn't get stored in history?
@lsd, Thanks for pointing me to an answer. People are weird.
Aug
29
comment BASH: Create a temporary password variable that doesn't get stored in history?
Why the downvote? That is on a different site. Arguably, it should have been here, on Serverfault.
Aug
29
asked BASH: Create a temporary password variable that doesn't get stored in history?
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
13
answered Is it possible to replicate the _users database in CouchDB?
Jan
12
asked Is it possible to replicate the _users database in CouchDB?
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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accepted How many concurrent connections can windows 2008 r2 make to a UNC fileshare?
Dec
5
comment How many concurrent connections can windows 2008 r2 make to a UNC fileshare?
Thanks, this is useful, though I need to check with our ops guys to see if the share is Windows or a Linux share masquerading as a windows share. :-)
Dec
5
asked How many concurrent connections can windows 2008 r2 make to a UNC fileshare?
Aug
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
4
accepted How efficient is a file move on the same fileshare?
Aug
4
comment How efficient is a file move on the same fileshare?
I didn't want to answer my own question, but indeed after posting, I did exactly that, connecting to a file share and moving a 3GB to a subdirectory. The operation completed almost instantly. Didn't know if other circumstances would change how this worked.
Aug
3
asked How efficient is a file move on the same fileshare?
Jun
30
comment Can I log ship from SQL Server 2008 R2 to Sql Server 2008 “R1”?
I thought this would be the case, thanks for confirming.
Jun
30
awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted Can I log ship from SQL Server 2008 R2 to Sql Server 2008 “R1”?
Jun
29
awarded  Student
Jun
29
asked Can I log ship from SQL Server 2008 R2 to Sql Server 2008 “R1”?