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Currently working with Laravel 4 & Ruby on Rails 4.

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Jun
6
awarded  Commentator
Jun
6
comment Best system for managing ssh keys?
I assume you are using different USB keys for different client machines. Otherwise what is the point in separate keys if all of them are stored in the same place? In case of a breach you would need do revoke all of them. Unless (and probably) I'm missing something this just seems to complicate things.
Nov
18
awarded  Teacher
May
5
answered Why does APC (or similar) cause performance problem for shared hosting?
Jan
13
comment How to prevent a LOIC (DDOS) attack?
@TomO'Connor except script kiddies and the pathological, who do this kind of things for nothing sensible. In this case you could say "Don't get caught in IP scanners" :)
Nov
4
comment The downsides of using nginx as a primary web server?
If we are talking about quantity, IMHO the biggest reason is the huge number of shared hosts using Apache. Setting up nginx as a shared service (e.g. like in cPanel, Plesk, etc) is not yet as easy as doing the same with Apache, especially for the end-ish users. And I know many dedicated servers that run a single site, and yet use cPanel/Plesk/etc just because of the ease, familiarity and the low setup cost.
Oct
6
comment How fast is 127.0.0.1?
Even if the electrons travel there, the NIC probably wouldn't return the same electrons :)
Sep
9
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
8
comment Nginx & PHP caching: fastcgi_cache, proxy_cache, APC or memcached or combo?
Yes, memcached and APC has quite a bit different intents, but don't apc_store() and Memcache::set() basically do the same thing? So IMHO comparing their speed based on this context is not nonsense (and is done before). If there is any chance that the site would span more than a single server in the future, Memcached is the way to go. Nevertheless, you still should use an opcode cache (i.e. APC).
Dec
18
comment How does IPv4 Subnetting Work?
This should be published as a book.
Dec
18
comment Are IP addresses “trivial to forge”?
Spoofed IP's shouldn't be a problem for IP based bans, since one's ultimate aim is to gain access, which needs legitimate replies. But some of the greater risks are: IP's shared by many people (schools, workplaces, internet cafes, ...) and IP's that can change to anything like after a modem reset on non-static DSLs.
Dec
18
comment Biggest command-line mistake?
IMO some sort of this is common to most IT people :) This is where the power turns against you. Worse example: a delete statement without a where...
Dec
18
comment Best system administrator accident
Lets see if they have confirmations for rm -rf * in "linuxes" (logged in as root)... Sure they have to have some sort of... ... Darn! Lesson: don't try new things randomly, especially if that thing has any importance. Ok, this looks contrary to "learn by doing".
Dec
18
comment Most popular misconceptions about networking
Actually, IMHO there are other things to wireless which add a slight (but sensible) latency compared to cable.
Dec
18
awarded  Supporter
Jul
24
answered Atomic repository…in english please
Jul
24
answered Spoofing domains - using one domain to look at another without frame redirect
Jul
24
answered Upgrade MySQL on Plesk on Windows