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Oct
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comment Running RAID 6 with a smaller drive
@Gene Thanks for that. My depth of knowledge with ZFS is somewhat limited. I thought I read somewhere that it did support dynamic resizing and automatic 'resilvering'. Good to know.
Sep
30
answered Running RAID 6 with a smaller drive
Sep
30
answered Asterisk: Join 2 inbound calls
Sep
30
comment Asterisk: Join 2 inbound calls
I don't quite understand the issue. If you don't want prompts for a pin... then make the conference pinless. If you do want an admin user... the system needs some way to identify the user as an admin... so you will need a pin.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
18
answered Asterisk: Join 2 inbound calls
Sep
18
revised Meinberg ntp for Windows - force more frequent updates?
Microsoft re-added support.
Sep
18
comment Meinberg ntp for Windows - force more frequent updates?
Not 'still' ... It appears Microsoft decided to become responsible for their code again. The Support was removed from the linux kernel for a time due to Microsoft not wanting to support the code they contributed to the kernel driver. I hope their contribution to the kernel continues to be supported... and doesn't get yanked again.
Sep
15
answered How does Dynamic Dns works?
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
3
answered cpu cache size in KVM vm differs from real cpu cache size
Jan
21
answered PowerShell DSC copy from network share
Jan
21
answered Why does Response.Redirect does not take direct the browser to the correct domain?
Jan
12
answered Using WDS to Deploy Custom OEM Image
Jan
12
answered Copying iptables config from Tomato to Debian server
Jan
12
comment Domain Key not showing up in DNS query
sounds like a quirk with namecheap. Ending a DNS name with a dot means it's a FQDN... whereas... just the hostname is typically interpreted as a child of the current zone. i.e. "www" in the example.com domain vs "www.example.com." Glad you got it figured out. And FWIW... MX is just another record type. It would not affect any TXT records.
Jan
12
answered ubuntu samba not connecting from mac
Jan
12
answered Domain Key not showing up in DNS query
Jan
12
answered asterisk - use a different “SIP CoS mark”
Sep
6
comment bind9; how to automatically refresh entry after entry expires
@TomO'Connor not really... it sounds like she's trying to pre-populate the cache. As the TTL is valid... and not being overridden... it's not really wrong. I honestly can't see the logic in doing this... as it will be cached the first time someone asks... and will be valid for all users that query against it... but /meh