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  • UNIX user/sysad for 17+ years
  • 6+ years of telecom (ISP) experience
  • Linux as primarily desktop OS since 1999

Usually you can reach me via Skype using nickname poige.ru


Jan
25
comment Curl on Fedora does not accept Cloudflare https
What does wget say?
Jan
21
awarded  Yearling
Dec
6
answered Linux - Is there a way to prevent/protect a file from being deleted even by root?
Nov
19
awarded  Revival
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
18
answered How can I modify the wtime of ext filesystem
Sep
17
revised Debian - Port 80 is blocked, but I don't know by what
fuser namespaces
Sep
10
comment iptables+iptables_netflow: iptables blocking netflow export?
iptables -L -n is messy crap useful only for cluttering one's brain. Learn to use iptables -S or iptables-save instead. The latest is better since it shows the whole ruleset at once.
Jul
26
revised ZFS on FreeBSD: recovery from data corruption
motherboard itself is dumb
Jul
25
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
No, til it's on-hold, there's no way to provide answers to the question.
Jul
25
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
I'm being told by OpenVZ representative that block loopback device is intentionaly prohibited since it can crash the kernel. Fuse is being adviced for use instead.
Jul
24
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
Well, it's trivial anyways, even if you're dull beggar to perceive "everybody" directly. Yeah, in OpenVZ you can set-up a VE to access block devices outside, but it's outside and you need access to VE0 aka HN to do that.
Jul
24
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
It's OpenVZ specific question, everybody does know how to use dd and losetup in general. I guess it's even already answered in SF.
Jul
24
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
Very good, but very irrelevant.
Jul
24
comment Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
(I believe the answer is "no".)
Jul
24
revised Is it possible to create loop device in openvz?
edited title (typo fix)
Jul
16
comment Linux RAID 1: How to make a secondary HD boot?
What's the point to do xxd before grep? Being more general it could make grep fail even if the string actually is there (if the string is split to occupy more than one lines due to its position or length or both). For GNU it's more straightforward to do sudo head -c512 /dev/sda | fgrep -i grub
Jul
12
answered How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
Jul
12
comment How do I configure RAID 5, especially stripe size, with 24 x 1.2 TB drives for CentOS 6?
close, since it's clear "unclear what you're asking" case