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Senior IT Specialist at Futurice


Feb
24
comment Networking with VMware, physical adapters and iSCSI
Instead of providing just links, you should provide at least a brief summary of the actions required.
Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed Development DB server with dedicated hardware
Feb
18
comment PHP scripts on live Apache servers consume more memory?
Hmm. 2x amount of RAM per process, but memory_get_usage() shows 10-14x more?
Feb
2
comment Is it safe to run apt-get update every night?
Yes, he is. With apt-get update, it's rather hard to break anything.
Jan
30
awarded  Vox Populi
Jan
30
awarded  Informed
Jan
30
awarded  Custodian
Jan
30
reviewed No Action Needed process-host-perfdata-file or process-service-perfdata-file command doesn't seem to be always triggered
Jan
30
comment PHP scripts on live Apache servers consume more memory?
Do you use same versions of Apache and php5 on both servers? Are both 64bit/32bit? Is there a huge difference between available memory?
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
10
comment Moving an already-running process to Screen
Please refer contents of your links at least briefly. It's rather common that after a few years links are broken. This one is still fine, though.
Mar
17
revised Switch on PAM debugging to Syslog
Formatting.
Mar
17
suggested suggested edit on Switch on PAM debugging to Syslog
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Jan
26
awarded  Yearling
Aug
15
awarded  Excavator
May
4
revised How to pick between RabbitMQ and ZeroMQ or something else?
Also, it's good practice to tell your affiliations
May
4
suggested suggested edit on How to pick between RabbitMQ and ZeroMQ or something else?
Apr
9
comment Does tar | gpg | bzip2 use more memory than doing each step individually?
@Joris: gpg compresses it, so using bzip2 first is not important.
Apr
3
comment 1TB of folder I would like to copy to another server
well, if you can plug crossover cable between two of your servers (and 1Gbit/s NICs), no, it's not. But if your servers do have slow connection and those are far away, then it might be.