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bio website 127.0.0.1
location Omaha, NE
age 32
visits member for 5 years, 1 month
seen Feb 1 at 2:39
Overview:
  • Available for work in Omaha, NE or surrounding areas
  • Associates in Computer Network Systems from ITT, Sept 2007. GPA: 3.97
  • RHCT, Nov 2008
Skills:
  • RPM builder
  • JBoss
  • Apache
  • MySQL
  • PHP
  • iptables
  • Bash

Aug
30
comment Seeing a lot of requests into the web server - for random hostnames not my own
There is no way for them to NOT know that your server exists; it has already opened a TCP connection to their system in order for them to send the hostname.
Aug
28
awarded  Analytical
Aug
26
revised Issue with executing commands with passwordless ssh
change path in answer from Linux to "Windows w/ OpenSSH" because the OP specified the platform.
Aug
26
suggested suggested edit on Issue with executing commands with passwordless ssh
Aug
23
revised Port 3306 on ssh is perfect but not when i use php to do a MySQL connect
corrected spelling, fixed grammar, improved formatting
Aug
23
answered Port 3306 on ssh is perfect but not when i use php to do a MySQL connect
Aug
23
suggested suggested edit on Port 3306 on ssh is perfect but not when i use php to do a MySQL connect
Aug
23
revised Why is this bash script not working?
clarity in title
Aug
23
suggested suggested edit on Why is this bash script not working?
Aug
17
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
29
comment git : The remote end hung up unexpectedly - too many simultaneous users?
Link goes to Guthub's contact page, and not to a specific post.
Jul
8
revised Windows Server: Multiple reserved ip's delete
parameters for `for` are (start,STEP,END). I had the two caps'd ones mixed up.
Jul
7
answered Windows Server: Multiple reserved ip's delete
Jul
7
comment Why crontab daily jobs run after 04:00am?
If you use the cron.daily directory that many crontab installations include, then the DST problem shouldn't be a factor; open a man page for cron(8) and search for "daylight".
Jul
7
comment Why crontab daily jobs run after 04:00am?
I've installed quite a few systems(red-hat based, most of them) and whenever I check, they're ALL that way. Kind of makes it hard to believe in a "random" time, even if it is chosen at OS install time.
Jul
3
comment Why crontab daily jobs run after 04:00am?
He probably has his daily crontab set to run(by default) at 4:02am, not a random time. If your computer is awake at 4am, then chances are that it won't care if it hits a server busy doing something for everyone in the world. However, by setting daily for 4:02am, weeklys for 4:22 and monthlys for 4:42, it ensures that your jobs(which may have a resource conflict) won't conflict with each other.
Jul
3
comment Why crontab daily jobs run after 04:00am?
That will cause them to run during the noon hour instead of during the midnight hour. Crontabs use 24-hour time; He would want to change them to 0.
Jul
1
answered phpmyadmin login redirect fails with custom ssl port
Jun
19
answered Unable to log into Linux server after resetting root password