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I'm a Geek. And stuff.

I'll put more here later. I hope. Maybe.


Jan
16
answered System Requirements of a write-heavy applications serving hundreds of requests per second
Jan
12
revised How can I remove “Red Hat Network Code” from the RedHat?
There are many paths to madness. This is but one.
Jan
8
reviewed Approve best-practices tag wiki excerpt
Jan
8
reviewed Approve Does my server (still) supports the SSL v3 protocol?
Jan
8
reviewed Approve IPv6: How to start? (ISP perspective)
Dec
30
awarded  Revival
Dec
29
revised How do you do load testing and capacity planning for web sites?
Phrasing
Dec
29
revised How to get support from GitHub?
Grammar
Dec
29
revised How to Transfer a “Premium” Domain to another Registrar
Grammar
Dec
29
revised Increase in Spam Effectiveness
Removing snark
Dec
29
revised Experiences in Upgrading from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010
Making it a question
Dec
29
revised Hardware load balancer for http and https
Removing signature
Dec
29
revised Reset Windows 2008 Server Permissions
Removing signature
Dec
29
revised Active Directory Reporting/Software Enforcement
Removing signature
Dec
29
revised Hardware load balancer for http and https
Removing signature
Dec
29
revised How long does it take to rebuild a drive in a RAID 6?
Removing signature
Dec
26
reviewed Approve google-compute-engine tag wiki excerpt
Dec
26
reviewed Approve Trying to script rsync using pam_exec
Dec
26
reviewed Approve google-compute-engine tag wiki
Dec
24
comment How to figure out which RabbitMQ node was stopped last
Were this my problem to solve, I would have ship the 'nodes running at shutdown' value to Logstash, and send a binary value to graphite of whether RabbitMQ is running. Without those kinds of facilities, I don't know what I would do other than check that value on the cluster nodes.