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I wear many hats at my workplace.

Primarily a Database Developer, but also programmer, web designer, DBA, sysadmin, and general office bitch.

I work for a small custom software house in Sydney, Australia. We use all manner of tools - but mainly MSSQL and a Rapid Application Tool called eDeveloper uniPaaS Magic XPA.


Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
18
comment ASA is not forwarding packets to egress interface
Good point. I do not keep a history of the CPU usage. It's only a 20Mbps link though, so it's unlikely to be saturating the CPU.
Dec
18
asked ASA is not forwarding packets to egress interface
Dec
17
comment Veeam Backup Size Calculation
@serverstackqns sorry, I thought you were on some version of FastSCP v4.1.1 - I forgot that it was on the same as Veeam. Veeam Backup and Recovery has gotten much, much better in recent years, so if you can afford an upgrade I highly recommend it.
Dec
17
answered Veeam Backup Size Calculation
Dec
16
comment Is there a way to provide user-specific passwords for Wi-Fi?
@CyberJacob - no. 802.1x and WPA2-Ent have a lot of similarities and can use a lot of the same infrastructure (same RADIUS server, etc), but they are still different.
Dec
15
answered Restored 2 day old Microsoft Exchange - lost one month of entries
Dec
15
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
15
comment Restored 2 day old Microsoft Exchange - lost one month of entries
Just created a new mail profile and connected it. It's taken 25 minutes so far and content is ever so slowly dribbling in. Looks like it might be ok.
Dec
15
comment Restored 2 day old Microsoft Exchange - lost one month of entries
@the-wabbit I haven't tried that yet. I was planning on doing it to one of our users smaller mailboxes soon.
Dec
15
comment RAID 10: Does it impact performance if I have 24 small drives in Raid10 vs. 4 larger drives?
Also on that note, I've done a lot of work with large arrays of spinny disks - to get the the same performance as a single SSD takes about 12 spinny drives, and to match 4 SSD's in RAID10 is basically impossible with spinny disks
Dec
15
comment RAID 10: Does it impact performance if I have 24 small drives in Raid10 vs. 4 larger drives?
By filling all 24 of your bays with smaller drives, it makes adding capacity in the future very difficult and very expensive. I would probably aim for a middle ground - perhaps 12 or 18 disks in RAID10, leaving room for expansion if required?
Dec
15
asked Restored 2 day old Microsoft Exchange - lost one month of entries
Dec
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awarded  Good Answer
Dec
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comment Is there a way to provide user-specific passwords for Wi-Fi?
+1 for the captive portal. That may be a very efficient way of doing this on consumer wifi.
Dec
2
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
2
answered Is there a way to provide user-specific passwords for Wi-Fi?
Nov
30
comment SQL 2008 Mirroring, how to failover from the mirror database?
This saved my bacon after I've been up for 36 hours. Go Rich, you unregistered wunderkind.
Nov
29
awarded  Constituent