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Jun
20
reviewed Approve Grant user write access to DNS Server (Win2k8)
Jun
20
reviewed Reject Linux ATA errors: Translating to a device name?
Jun
14
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
awarded  Informed
Jan
28
comment What CPU upgrade can I fit to my server without busting something?
Surely quad core will help (albeit marginally) because less stuff will be running on the core your single-threaded app is bound to?
Jan
18
awarded  Self-Learner
Jan
15
reviewed Approve What does “all packets that fall through to the default rule should be dropped” mean?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve Reverse SSH Tunnel closes after first connection
Dec
19
reviewed Approve Recover a not responding ssh server
Dec
11
comment I see a dot after -rwxr-xr-x
Can you list which UNIX version you're using (and distribution and release if it's Linux)
Oct
18
comment /var/cache/logwatch No such file or directory at /usr/sbin/logwatch line 633
Copying and moving are different.
Aug
30
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
28
comment sed inline replacement and without having to create a file
"but I can't get it working" you're going to need to describe which bit fails, and why.
Jul
25
comment Manage domain by two mail servers
Unless there's something clever you can do - in that current solution - users on your server will not be able to mail the users on the Google side. Your server will try and deliver the mail locally (knowing it's the target for domain.com) and then bounce it with unknown recipient.
Jul
23
revised Does Linux support IPv4 mapped IPv6 addresses?
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Jul
23
answered Does Linux support IPv4 mapped IPv6 addresses?
Jul
22
comment Condense cumbersome Apache “allow from” directive
@Satanicpuppy with proper configuration management, it's no harder to update some IP addresses than it is some hostnames. If all your CDN servers are always in 192.168.1/24 then using a range is better than individual hostnames, etc. Without knowing the information, you can't provide a full answer.
Jul
22
comment Condense cumbersome Apache “allow from” directive
What IP range(s) are the CDN servers on?
Jul
22
awarded  Excavator