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awarded  Vox Populi
Sep
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answered Potential problems running MongoDB on OpenSolaris & ZFS?
Sep
24
answered Powershell recursive WMI query
Sep
24
answered Useful WMI admin scripts
Sep
24
comment Where can I find a guide to remotely enable WMI access to a Windows client machine
You should post your solution as an answer and mark it as the solution so that this won't appear as an open question.
Sep
24
revised Which ports does WMI Service in Active Directory use exactly?
Spelling and grammar corrections
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24
answered How to retrieve Serial Number from Windows on new U/EFI box?
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awarded  Disciplined
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awarded  Analytical
Sep
22
comment Upgrading Windows 2000 domain to window 2003 with Exchange 2003
Why ever are you upgrading to such old releases?! Server2008 is mature, and EX2010 should be stable by now... EX2003 is out of support, and Server2003 is only in Extended support.
Sep
22
comment recommended file location for samba share
+1, especially for the FHS
Sep
22
answered recommended file location for samba share
Sep
21
comment Synchronize Files on Multiple Servers (rsync?)
Sort of. Yes, an additional LB ("F"), but serving NFS from a "G" again creates a SPoF, unless you Load-balance and cluster it (serverfault.com/questions/274990/fault-tolerant-nfs). If you 're going to stand up "G", you're also going to want "I". Unless capacity or resources are an issue, you could serve the NFS from the webservers as well (probably from a separate set of disks, though.) While more complex, the complexity is minimal, and allows for easy scalability. (Or you just use the webservers to host NFS temporarily until you can get new fileservers.)
Sep
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revised Synchronize Files on Multiple Servers (rsync?)
Suggested getting another Load-Balancer (eliminate SPOFs)
Sep
16
revised How to act differently according to the IP address with Nginx?
corrected self and pointed to a relevant question
Sep
16
answered Synchronize Files on Multiple Servers (rsync?)
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answered How to act differently according to the IP address with Nginx?
Sep
16
comment Nginx as network edge HTTP cache?
@Zoredache - No, they did not offer any benchmarking / stats; it was just a comment in the podcast.
Sep
16
comment Nginx as network edge HTTP cache?
And do try not to get upset when people don't give you exactly what you want. "Spitting on" answers is not helpful to anyone, and is disrespectful to people who are volunteering time and effort to help one-another. That attitude (and the cursing) was what got your comment flagged and removed.