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Apr
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answered What is the enterprise CMS of choice?
Apr
26
comment What is the enterprise CMS of choice?
The latest Forrester wave report I could find on their site was sdl.com/en/wcm/multimedia_downloads/analyst-reports/… As Chopper 3, says, this is quite old.
Feb
28
comment How can I tell which of two very similar linux kernels I booted from?
What I see with /proc/cmdline is more or less what is configured in grub.conf, so perhaps if an additional parameter were added in grub.conf, this might work.
Feb
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accepted How can I tell which of two very similar linux kernels I booted from?
Feb
27
comment How can I tell which of two very similar linux kernels I booted from?
Great - thanks. That at least answers my direct question. I'll leave it open for a while, in case someone has the general answer.
Feb
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asked How can I tell which of two very similar linux kernels I booted from?
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Feb
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revised Kernel Upgrade - Grub default
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Jul
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comment Is port 139 still vulnerable?
Exactly - apart from the fact that when I wrote my answer, I didn't have Sean's answer to refer to. If you read what I said, you'll find that I'm saying exactly the same thing. "The vulnerability of a given port depends entirely on the software that an attacker can reach via that port. "
Jun
20
answered Is port 139 still vulnerable?
Jun
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comment How can I as a developer help system administrators improve webfarm deployments and stability of a web application?
Actually - my answer was aimed at the generic case, rather than specifically your technology. Obviously, creating a .msi is also quite an attractive approach. The most important thing is being very clear which parts of the configuration are part of your delivery (and therefore must go through test), and which belong to the server admins. You can use SVN as a means of moving things up the environments (I have done this.) but also as a means of managing manual changes in a given environment. Perhaps you could create a branch for local changes in a given environment.
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answered How can I as a developer help system administrators improve webfarm deployments and stability of a web application?
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