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  • IT engineering of computer systems and networks by 2005.
  • Master of computer networks by 2008.
  • +7 years experience in Linux servers administration and troubleshooting.
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  • I do some coding/scripting in several languages: Bash, C/C++, Perl, PHP, and Java.

Apr
19
comment Shell command slow when using pipe, fast with intermediate file
Are these large files?
Apr
19
comment Selective VPN connection only for pre-defined websites
Your OS / platform?
Apr
19
revised awk + perl + get two arguments in to awk syntax
More clarification
Apr
19
reviewed Reject suggested edit on netstat reports ESTABLISHED connection even after I've pulled the cord
Apr
19
comment awk + perl + get two arguments in to awk syntax
@yael: updated my answer.
Apr
19
answered awk + perl + get two arguments in to awk syntax
Apr
18
comment Physically switching between two network cables
If you have two interfaces, you can use this solution. You did not describe your setup in detail!
Apr
18
comment Physically switching between two network cables
@AlanKuras: I just gave an exmaple on how to bring an interface up and down. It should be clear how to do this for another interface! Isn't it? :)
Apr
18
comment Physically switching between two network cables
@AlanKuras: I am not talking about restart! I just said he can just disable one interface and enable the other without the need for physically unplugging and plugging the cables.
Apr
18
answered Physically switching between two network cables
Apr
18
answered What happens when I kill a command with ctrl+c?
Apr
18
answered BASH syntax to extract a parameter from a string
Apr
18
revised Nginx - How to redirect users with certain IP to special page
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Apr
18
answered postfix and local delivery
Apr
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on IIS7 module: not showing in feature view?
Apr
18
comment How to specify a path relative to user home directory for destination when using rsync over ssh
What is the result of 2nd command? It should copy the contents of directory /src into the dst directory under user home directory.
Apr
18
comment Rsync inconsistency between CLI and crontab
Try running the same command after adding -v option and redirect the output to a file. Then, check the file.
Apr
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on SharePoint 2010 not seeing Active Directory users
Apr
18
answered iptables command to add non-standard SSL port, 444
Apr
18
comment 404 for packages install libmysqlclient15-dev
Yes, you can not install new packages. You have to upgrade to a supported version.