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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.


Oct
9
comment Free SSH Client for Nokia S60 (Nokia 5800) / Symbian
Gotta make sure your phone is S60 3rd edition (or higher) though. Normal S60 won't run 3rd edition programs. The 5800 is 5th edition, but others (like myself) might not be so lucky.
Oct
9
comment High Failure Rate of Large Drives?
Just for the record, I took all of them back and got all new ones, and they've been running for two months now without any issues at all.
Oct
9
comment High Failure Rate of Large Drives?
Wow. That's some in-depth stuff! Thanks! I hadn't even considered the number of moving parts (platters) before now.
Oct
8
revised IIS7: How to block access with a web.config file?
edited title
Oct
8
comment Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2 in ESXi 3.5/ESXi 4?
A 2008 server isn't the same as a 2008 R2 server as they've used the Windows 7 kernel I believe.
Oct
8
revised Cannot add to sudoers file in Ubuntu
added 3 characters in body
Oct
8
comment SQL Server 2005 Max .mdb file size
If you have say, 20 million records in a table, then partitioning the table may well be worth it, but only if the records go on different disks. If they were financial records, for example, you might choose to put records pre 1989 onto a 'slow' disk to free up space on your main drive, as 20-year-old records aren't likely to be queried very often.
Oct
8
comment SQL Server 2005 Max .mdb file size
Gahh! I KNEW there was something off about the details but I just couldn't put my finger on it!
Oct
8
revised A DNS Records - example.com and www pointing to different ip addresses
example.com is a reserved name for examples, and fixed up grammar a bit, removed gender specific words; edited title
Oct
8
comment How can I specify an absolute path for a default document in IIS
The thought crossed my mind too, but I assumed that it must do some pre-processing or formatting or something
Oct
8
answered Can an IBM ServeRAID 4mx controller work on a non-IBM server?
Oct
8
comment Is my server being hacked?
I dunno about it exclusively being an XSS. I had a website which was just a single static HTML file and a placeholder image, and it got one of these. And it was the hosts fault because every site I could find on their services had one.
Oct
8
revised Is my server being hacked?
Anomised link to dodgey website
Oct
8
answered Is my server being hacked?
Oct
8
answered How can I specify an absolute path for a default document in IIS
Oct
8
comment Useful Command-line Commands on Windows
+1 for 256-colour greatness!
Oct
8
comment Is it possible to find a list of machines and/or IP addresses connected to the local area network?
Fireably? Really? Do you work for the NSA? Reprimandable, definately. Disciplinable, maybe. But fireable? Must be the BOFH...
Oct
8
comment Concurrently accessing shared volume locally and remotely with Samba/NFS
No such thing as a stupid question. Well ok, there are, but yours is farrr from the stupidest question I've ever seen. Cos you're right, someone else might find it useful in the future, and that's what ServerFault is all about!
Oct
8
answered Concurrently accessing shared volume locally and remotely with Samba/NFS
Oct
8
revised How can I troubleshoot why my IIS7 site is not gzip compressing?
edited title