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reviewed Edit How do i get the default gateway in LINUX given the destination?
Nov
3
revised How do i get the default gateway in LINUX given the destination?
awk problems
Oct
23
answered can two nic have same subnet but different network?
Oct
6
reviewed Approve Varnish: Separate Server?
Oct
2
answered Ubuntu 14.04 TCP established hash table entries
Sep
29
reviewed Approve Configuring white labeling between sendgrid and 1and1.com
Sep
29
revised Trying to SSH into an Amazon Ec2 instance - permission error?
Correcting mistyped folder
Sep
29
comment Trying to SSH into an Amazon Ec2 instance - permission error?
so if you issue the ls -la ~ command you do not see a .ssh folder?
Sep
28
reviewed Approve Trying to SSH into an Amazon Ec2 instance - permission error?
Sep
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reviewed Approve What's the default superuser username/password for postgres after a new install?
Sep
28
answered Trying to SSH into an Amazon Ec2 instance - permission error?
Sep
25
reviewed Approve Will increasing net.core.somaxconn make a difference?
Sep
25
reviewed Approve How do I enable SQLite on Linux/Apache/PHP?
Sep
25
answered “nf_conntrack: table full, dropping packet” even though nf_conntrack_count is much less than nf_conntrack_max
Sep
23
reviewed Approve Map PCIe slot number (or BDF) to device number or vice versa
Sep
23
reviewed Reject Cannot ping my domain-joined server - Can only ping domain controller - host unreachable
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
14
reviewed Approve Memcached in Munin
Sep
8
comment How to protect from dangerous bash commands?
@aaron, I have the exact opposite experience. Since we enforced strict sudo, auditd, sshd and pam settings, the amount of mistakes that are going through has decreased drastically. On top of it it makes it so much easier to know who did what. In turn making it easier to do a rollback in case of problems.
Sep
8
answered How to protect from dangerous bash commands?