Nicholas Tolley Cottrell

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comment Wifi slowing down whole network
I've found BackBlaze doing the same here with an Apple AirPort extreme. Any ideas on what BackBlaze is doing differently to Dropbox?
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
20
comment rkhunter warns of inode change by no file modification date changes
No, actually, it looks like I only have ever received that the file properties have changed - never that the contents have.
Jun
18
comment rkhunter warns of inode change by no file modification date changes
Is there a good way to handle this though? If I just have a cron to run rkhunter --propupd then I could miss a hack and invalidate the whole point of rkhunter, right?
Jun
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awarded  Promoter
Jun
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asked rkhunter warns of inode change by no file modification date changes
Mar
22
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
7
asked How to diagnose Tomcat 6 suddenly stop responding?
Mar
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accepted Is there any reason to keep the “Server” response header in Apache
Mar
6
comment Is there any reason to keep the “Server” response header in Apache
Obviously I'm keeping my servers updated with yum-cron also!
Mar
6
asked Is there any reason to keep the “Server” response header in Apache
Mar
4
comment IO Wait causing so much slowdown (EXT4 JDB2 at 99% IO ) During Mysql Commit
Is nobarrier the same as barrier=0 ?
Mar
4
comment How to send local mail via postfix to another server
So that server thinks it's not the destination for anything?
Jan
18
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
15
comment How can I exclude a package from yum-cron but not from manual “yum upgrade”?
Thanks - and found some more at samdoran.com/2013/05/17/…
Jan
15
accepted How can I exclude a package from yum-cron but not from manual “yum upgrade”?
Jan
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asked How can I exclude a package from yum-cron but not from manual “yum upgrade”?
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment How to store etckeeper repositories on a central server via git
I've been looking at having a template config in the master and then creating a branch for each server so I can do server-specific stuff like networking-scripts etc. Does this approach make sense?