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Product Manager at Atlassian

Technologist with cross-functional experience with Product Management, Customer Discovery, Analytics, Systems Architecture and Administration, Software Development and Deployment, Training, Support, Business Analysis, User Interface and Database Design, Business Intelligence and Reporting.


Jun
21
answered What tool can be used to splice together log files from different sources?
Jun
21
comment What tool can be used to splice together log files from different sources?
I'm familiar with syslogd, and you're correct that it would do the job if the various services were (and could be) configured to use it. This is more of a one-time analysis task where the logs are already written, and some of the services aren't easy to wire up to syslogd. Good thoughts
Jun
20
awarded  Student
Jun
20
asked What tool can be used to splice together log files from different sources?
May
27
comment rsync directories
Also, you might want to consider rsyncing between the hosts using ssh, rsh or rsyncd, instead of using samba. A lot of the power and efficiency of rsync is lost if samba has to read the whole file first over the network to find differences.
May
27
comment rsync directories
What kind of "nothing"? No output at all?
Nov
25
awarded  Scholar
Nov
25
accepted In AWStats, is there a way to exclude certain urls counting towards counting as pages, but still count as hits
Nov
12
answered In AWStats, is there a way to exclude certain urls counting towards counting as pages, but still count as hits
Nov
12
asked In AWStats, is there a way to exclude certain urls counting towards counting as pages, but still count as hits
Jul
9
awarded  Editor
Jun
11
answered SSH through Home Router with Port Forwarding
Jun
2
comment Leaving my wifi open for the world
Liable? citation needed :)
Jun
2
answered Hidden Features of Linux
Jun
2
answered Best practices to keep your computer(s) backed up efficiently?
Jun
2
comment Best practices to keep your computer(s) backed up efficiently?
My apologies, just saw your follow up comment that you do incremental backups.
Jun
2
comment Best practices to keep your computer(s) backed up efficiently?
Do any of these provide incremental backups? If not and you lose something and your backups happily blow away the backup copy twice a day for several days before you notice, then what?
Jun
1
comment What tool do you use to monitor your servers?
GroundWork OpenSource have a network monitoring appliance that uses Nagios at it's core, and simplifies the setup/management
Jun
1
answered Real-time traffic monitoring router / firewall device
Jun
1
answered How to recover deleted files on ext3 fs