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Technical Director @ Wirehive.

I spend most of my day sysadmining Linux servers.

Twitter: @SimonJGreen


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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
7
accepted CBT Soap Fault from VMWare when runnnig Veeam backup
Sep
26
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
17
comment Measuring IOPS in VMWare for an entire datastore
I have the entitlement to use it, though I've never looked at it. Is that the tool for the job?
Aug
17
asked Measuring IOPS in VMWare for an entire datastore
Jul
19
comment Protecting an ASA in a multi tenant environment
@pauska I did think about posting this over in Network Eng (I was actually one of the founding members over there!) but thought it might get more response here
Jul
19
comment Protecting an ASA in a multi tenant environment
@ewwhite yes it is Security Plus
Jul
19
comment Protecting an ASA in a multi tenant environment
@ewwhite updated the question with more info
Jul
19
revised Protecting an ASA in a multi tenant environment
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Jul
19
asked Protecting an ASA in a multi tenant environment
Jul
16
awarded  Yearling
Jun
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revised How to expose a UNIX domain socket directly over TCP
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Jun
24
comment How to expose a UNIX domain socket directly over TCP
OK I ran with the suggestion and wrote an init script to handle it. Here's the outcome for anyone interested! github.com/Wirehive/haproxy-remote
Jun
24
accepted How to expose a UNIX domain socket directly over TCP
Jun
23
comment How to expose a UNIX domain socket directly over TCP
Thanks that pretty much worked, although it exited after each communication. After playing around I'm having good success with: socat TCP-LISTEN:12345,reuseaddr,fork,su=haproxy UNIX-CLIENT:/var/program/program.cmd. Only question is how I get it running in the background?
Jun
23
asked How to expose a UNIX domain socket directly over TCP
Jun
1
awarded  Popular Question
May
20
awarded  Constituent
May
20
reviewed Reviewed Using ebtables to drop packets out of bridge and route via Tinc VPN