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Jun
13
comment Cisco ASA: Why do I sometimes need a username/password when entering enable mode
@Gnouc: That's not my experience testing against an ASA this morning, that's why I asked the question. Enable after initial login asks for Password. doing disable (from enable mode) then enable again asks for Username and Password.
Jun
13
answered Cisco ASA: Why do I sometimes need a username/password when entering enable mode
Jun
13
comment Cisco ASA: Why do I sometimes need a username/password when entering enable mode
Sort of, not really. I know I can write code to handle "Username" then "Password" instead of just "Password", but I would like to avoid yet another special case. What I'm asking is: "is there any way to avoid this code path?"
Jun
13
comment What is a BEV device?
I updated my answer with some advice (not great, I'm afraid) about troubleshooting the USB issue)
Jun
13
revised What is a BEV device?
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Jun
13
comment What is a BEV device?
Yes, that's your network card telling you it could boot from a PXE server (assuming you has one).
Jun
13
comment What is a BEV device?
I answered your post before you added the part about the flash drive. "What is BEV" and "Why is my flash drive not listed" are WAY different questions. The flash drive question will require a lot more details about your setup.
Jun
13
answered What is a BEV device?
Jun
13
asked Cisco ASA: Why do I sometimes need a username/password when entering enable mode
May
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May
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revised How does Virtual Machine snapshotting work?
corrected a bit, cleaned up some language.
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Oct
20
comment How to get started troubleshooting Linux mdadm raid10 write performance?
Thanks this is a good start. I'd still like to know how to interpret things like iowait times and queue sizes, but this will get me started. After a few days of sar recording and a quick look, I suspect I have a couple of drives in the array writing much slower than the others.
Oct
19
accepted How to get started troubleshooting Linux mdadm raid10 write performance?
Oct
18
comment How to get started troubleshooting Linux mdadm raid10 write performance?
What doe the various stats mean? What do they tell me about what is going wrong?
Oct
18
asked How to get started troubleshooting Linux mdadm raid10 write performance?
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