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bio website xenoterracide.com
location Austin, TX
age 30
visits member for 5 years, 6 months
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Desktop

  • Gentoo Linux 2003 - 2009
    • First experience with Linux 4Q 2003
    • Long term functioning, dual boot, Linux install 4Q 2004
    • Stopped using Windows on a regular basis, approximately 2006
  • Arch Linux 2009 - present

Server ( well professionally, as I constantly run servers daemons on my desktop )

  • CentOS 2006 - 2007, 2010 - Present
    • BusinessGrade - Systems Administration Intern
    • Liquid Web - Linux System Administrator

Student, Web Developer, Systems Administrator See more on my blog.

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Nov
2
accepted Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
Nov
1
comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
no we're not talking about my domain, and I couldn't post it. It's a customers domain at my job. tbh, I don't even know what account it is anymore, that was days ago. But I suspect the server was caching stuff it shouldn't have been.
Oct
29
comment Make a filesystem accessible by all users
seems like a good question for unix SE also I'm guessing this depends on how it's mounted. is it a removable drive? what filesystem? nfs? samba?
Oct
29
comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
I don't remember, don't think so, it was probably a cpanel addon domain. We never edit named.conf. I know it was only an A record for a subdomain that I had updated.
Oct
29
comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
well considering localhost is the nameserver and I did it @localhost. so according to the manual it wouldn't clear the cache for that zone, if I understand what you're saying correctly?
Oct
29
revised Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
comment on @localhost.
Oct
29
asked Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
Oct
18
asked How do I learn the in's and outs of email, spam, and exim
Oct
17
accepted Is it possible to filter exim_mainlog for emails that had attachments?
Oct
16
revised Is it possible to filter exim_mainlog for emails that had attachments?
add exim tag, and word question better.
Oct
15
asked Is it possible to filter exim_mainlog for emails that had attachments?
Aug
9
comment In Apache, is there a way to limit the number of new connections per second/hour/day?
I could be wrong ;)
Aug
9
answered In Apache, is there a way to limit the number of new connections per second/hour/day?
Aug
6
comment Questions for Ext3/4 Features ( dir_index,filetype) and XFS File system Performance
What I said is it will apply itself to any new files after it's created. But it won't apply itself to the old files without a fsck.
Aug
6
comment Questions for Ext3/4 Features ( dir_index,filetype) and XFS File system Performance
No. How would that make sense
Aug
5
answered Questions for Ext3/4 Features ( dir_index,filetype) and XFS File system Performance
Aug
4
comment Postgres disable super user account
I consider this to be a systems administration problem. configuring a .conf file is not programming or sql. Also I feel that SQL and other DBA stuff is quite different from other Programming which is why I'm in favor of this stack exchange proposal
Aug
4
comment Postgres disable super user account
I would like to mention that I don't think this is a programming question and should have been posted on SF.
Aug
3
answered Postgres disable super user account
Aug
3
comment Turning off cp (copy) command's interactive mode (cp : overwrite ?)
I would suggest finding where the alias was made and removing it... hopefully they put it in a local file. This hand holding is on my reasons for not using *buntu