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Jul
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reviewed Close AWS - Optimize WAN link between VPCs
Jul
14
reviewed No Action Needed Active Directory backup/restore without DSRM
Jul
14
reviewed Edit What is the rationale for a minimum password age?
Jul
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revised What is the rationale for a minimum password age?
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Jul
14
reviewed Looks OK uWSGI Returning Empty Response
Jul
14
reviewed Approve Supervisor not loading new configuration files
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Closed How to manage resources in a multi-cloud service environment?
Jul
12
reviewed Reject is nginx + php5-fpm sufficient for long polling?
Jul
12
reviewed Approve Why are my log in times taking so long in Linux?
Jul
10
reviewed Approve Kernel: Uhhuh. NMI received for unknown reason 31 on CPU 3
Jul
10
reviewed Approve A few questions about RAID-Z
Jul
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reviewed Approve Kernel: Uhhuh. NMI received for unknown reason 31 on CPU 3
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
27
comment CentOS, ZPanel and Cloudflare DNS error
@VRTechnologies We're not bragging here. A simple read of the definition of an A record will give you the answer that you look for. As far as the second comment I really have no idea what you're trying to tell me.
Jun
26
comment CentOS, ZPanel and Cloudflare DNS error
You bill your self as the world's leading Information Technology company providing quality solutions and you don't know that you can't have a port in an A record? I think you need to make some changes on your website...
Jun
26
comment How far is “too far off” for ntpd? Can it get there by a sudden jump to heavy load? Can this be overridden?
@Gracchus It's up to the individual NTP servers, and you'd have to contact them. In my opinion you're trying to use NTP as a crutch for something where you need highly precise time. As such you should use a better solution (like GPS) to obtain it rather than add load to a free service.
Jun
26
comment How far is “too far off” for ntpd? Can it get there by a sudden jump to heavy load? Can this be overridden?
@PlasmaHH Then I would suggest utilizing a better time source such as GPS.
Jun
26
answered CentOS Selinux config enforcing but unable to start
Jun
26
revised How far is “too far off” for ntpd? Can it get there by a sudden jump to heavy load? Can this be overridden?
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