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Dec
19
revised How much time does it take for new A-records to start working?
English fixups
Dec
19
suggested approved edit on How much time does it take for new A-records to start working?
Nov
29
awarded  Constituent
Nov
18
awarded  Caucus
Oct
4
comment Shared access to iSCSI target
Oracle RAC still uses shared block storage. "Transaction replication" would be DataGuard variants.
Sep
27
comment How to test if my server is vulnerable to the ShellShock bug?
Why as root? Completely unnecessary.
Sep
20
revised What is the recommended CIDR when creating VPC on AWS?
Formatting
Sep
20
suggested approved edit on What is the recommended CIDR when creating VPC on AWS?
Aug
15
awarded  Deputy
Jul
21
revised Intermittent Error SQL Server Error 67 and 17
Formatting & spacing
Jul
21
suggested approved edit on Intermittent Error SQL Server Error 67 and 17
Jun
24
comment Redhat resize Partition
The short answer is that you can't directly. You'd need to move sdb2 to the end of the disk to be able to extend sdb1. Have you considered using LVM?
May
6
revised MSTDC in SQL Server 2012 - Windows Server 2012 R2 with high availability
Reduce caps in title
May
6
suggested approved edit on MSTDC in SQL Server 2012 - Windows Server 2012 R2 with high availability
Apr
19
revised Why does my command stop when I exit SSH?
Small English fixups
Apr
19
suggested approved edit on Why does my command stop when I exit SSH?
Mar
15
awarded  Yearling
Dec
25
revised Configuring DHCP IPv4 and static IPv6 on the same interface
Fixup title, formatting fixes in body
Dec
25
suggested approved edit on Configuring DHCP IPv4 and static IPv6 on the same interface
Dec
1
comment mysqldump over ssh and mysql restore - security issue?
If someone managed to mount a man-in-the-middle attack against you, whether that's encrypted or not is moot - they see all the traffic in clear (including your complete database content).