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Full-stack dev, DBA and/or sysadmin

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May
20
awarded  Nice Answer
May
19
answered Non-recursive find on linux
Mar
22
answered Can Apache vhost_alias and NameVirtualHost coexist in same server / ip?
Mar
4
comment bind commands to an ssh
@Jimbo Aha point taken, thanks!
Mar
4
revised bind commands to an ssh
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Mar
3
comment bind commands to an ssh
@Jimbo nope, the examples above are correct, what's broken for you?
Mar
3
revised Why is the MySQL query cache disabled by default?
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Mar
3
answered Why is the MySQL query cache disabled by default?
Mar
3
answered bind commands to an ssh
Feb
21
comment Installing MySQL on Amazon EC2 Instance
No problem, easy mistake to make :)
Feb
21
revised Installing MySQL on Amazon EC2 Instance
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Feb
21
answered Installing MySQL on Amazon EC2 Instance
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
28
answered How different is an Amazon EC2 RDS DB Instance different from the normal EC2 Instance?
Jan
27
answered MySQL SUPER privilege vs. log_bin_trust_function_creators
Jan
21
comment Best permissions/ownership for apache document root
Copied files maintain permissions/ownership. Default file permissions for new files are handled by the umask command. More info here osr507doc.sco.com/en/OSUserG/_default_perms_new_file.html
Jan
20
answered Best permissions/ownership for apache document root
Jan
3
comment Bittorrent surveillance/monitoring
answer updated - file names are only stored in the original torrent file so you can't reconcile traffic to files until you have the torrent
Jan
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revised Bittorrent surveillance/monitoring
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Jan
3
comment Problems restricting access using Apache
It's preferable to have an IP in your access log (see logformat link) as it's easier to masquerade behind a hostname, and using a host to restrict access is less secure than an IP because the IP is more likely to be static (although that's not guaranteed either!)