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A nerd, programmer and sysadmin.


Oct
27
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Aug
2
awarded  Popular Question
May
27
awarded  Organizer
May
27
revised Configure ApacheDS 1.5 with accessControlEnabled=true for authenticated access
change tag apache2 to apache-ds
May
27
suggested suggested edit on Configure ApacheDS 1.5 with accessControlEnabled=true for authenticated access
Mar
9
awarded  Yearling
Mar
9
awarded  Yearling
Feb
8
comment adding a patch to a software
Are you trying to patch the binary instead of mysqldump.c in the source code?
Jan
26
awarded  Excavator
Jan
26
revised PostgreSQL Replication
Made www.continuent.com a link
Jan
26
suggested suggested edit on PostgreSQL Replication
Jan
26
comment Partition size inconsistency after dd clone
@adifferentben: Yes you can
Jan
19
comment Apache to read from /home/user/public_html on CentOS 5.7
@C.S.Putra it doesn't show any virtualhosts. Try NameVirtualHost *:80 and <VirtualHost *:80>.
Jan
19
comment Crontab have permission issues on file of its owner? Permission denied
The server won't accept your key. Check that you can log in manually. You can add key to command line scp -i ~/.my_key_somewhere ...
Jan
19
comment Update Statistics Strategy after Index Maintenance Activity
Which database system is this?
Jan
19
comment Execute SQL statements automatically after Postgresql service starts
It might not be possible. (Which role would it use to run the statements?) What do you want to run on the startup?
Jan
19
comment lvm snapshot: how to get a list of changed, added, deleted files?
And there is ZFS that does both volume management and filesystem stuff :)
Jan
19
comment lvm snapshot: how to get a list of changed, added, deleted files?
@JMW LVM is a pure volume manager that hosts binary chunks which you may format to any file system you like. LVM doesn't know about files at all. There are filesystems that have their snapshots though.
Jan
19
comment Apache to read from /home/user/public_html on CentOS 5.7
Sorry. Misread the question. Changed the answer accordingly. Please show what your apachectl -S command shows if that doesn't help.
Jan
19
revised Apache to read from /home/user/public_html on CentOS 5.7
NameVirtualHost