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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.


Nov
24
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
24
revised Netgear GS724T - all lights are always on
Removed red herring about TP-Link, made more concise, formatting.
Nov
24
answered Netgear GS724T - all lights are always on
Nov
23
revised ESXi 5.5 NIC teaming for Load balancing using Cisco Etherchannel
added 232 characters in body
Nov
23
comment Why don't TP-Link 24x-switches propagate clients when cascaded in two?
It sounds like the 2nd switch is running its own DHCP server independent of the rest of the network. Does your reservation happen to be the first or last address in the DHCP range?
Nov
23
comment Rsync destination folder bigger than source
They were both EXT3? Do you mean that one them was not EXT3?
Nov
21
comment Cant resolve dns when has same domain of server in browser
If you haven't gone too far down the path of this AD, then take the chance of changing it, right now, before it's too late.
Nov
20
comment
I'm not sure if you're being serious or not. I am no community leader, I have never claimed to be a community leader. I am on meta every day, but because virtually all meta activity happens outside my timezone, I come, I read, I vote. Everything is already answered. I don't just throw my voice out to create more noise. How would you know what mods are doing? This kind of elitist attitude is why I do not want you back as a moderator.
Nov
20
comment
Wow, you're all crazy. I for one do not endorse Hopelessnoob as a mod for reasons that @Shog9 has mentioned. I put this nomination in the same bucket as Evan Carrols'.
Nov
20
comment
I don't even know what you mean by that comment. What I want to know is why you've decided to make a comeback given that you've retired in the past? What makes you think that you won't just retire again in a year or two? Nobody expects a moderatorship to be a lifelong commitment, but to have two sucks of the sav, it better be a good reason to vote for you over someone else.
Nov
20
comment
You've retired as a moderator in the past, what's changed since then?
Nov
20
comment
Your moderate voice is a nice change from the calls of "GET OUT OF OUR SITE NOOBS". I've held the view for a long time that being exclusive is not always the right course.
Nov
19
accepted Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
Nov
19
revised Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
added 318 characters in body
Nov
19
comment Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
I am so pissed off at what the actual problem was (see my answer in this question). But hey, at least now I have a spare on-site server and totally up to date firmware.
Nov
19
answered Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
Nov
17
awarded  Caucus
Nov
17
comment SSD as cheap alternative to SAN storage?
As the author of your linked storage question, and its primary answer writer, I don't want you to get the wrong idea. Yes, enterprise storage is expensive, but you are totally right; you don't NEED enterprise storage. You need a local, volatile scratch disk, so you're heading in the right direction. The real challenge will be getting your storage/sysadmin teams to get things done.
Nov
17
revised Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
added 88 characters in body
Nov
17
comment Intermittent host and VM connectivity on ESXi standalone
Firmware was shamefully out of date, but alas, after update no success. I received a spare R710 today, so going to swap the drives into the new server. Gotta be faulty hardware.