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Day job: IT support to CENTRIM and Brighton Business School – four days per week at Freeman Centre on University of Sussex campus, one day at Mithras House on University of Brighton campus.


Jan
4
revised Finding optimal ddrescue command line options where Accuracy > Speed
Link to http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk plus some edition – HFS+ (not necessarily journaled), and so on. Order was unclear, I believe that the intention was to (a) run diskutil on the copy of the image before (b) trying TestDisk with that image.
Jan
3
suggested approved edit on Finding optimal ddrescue command line options where Accuracy > Speed
Sep
25
awarded  Announcer
Jun
28
awarded  Yearling
Feb
22
answered GUI in MacOS for defaults?
Oct
7
comment Where is the central ZFS website now?
All services in the opensolaris.org domain became unavailable after 2013-03-24.
May
13
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
awarded  Critic
Apr
1
comment How to set finer-grain HDD Sleep settings in Mac OS 10.5?
It monitors sleep, wakeup and idleness of a Mac but (unless I'm missing something), SleepWatcher alone can not control sleep of a hard disk drive whilst the Mac is awake.
Mar
12
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
14
comment How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
In Super User: scripting to allow for white space (in the name of a ZFS dataset)
Jan
14
answered ZFS: RAIDZ and RAIDZ2 usable size?
Dec
9
awarded  Announcer
Dec
8
comment How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
Discussion of this question and its current answers in The Comms Room: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/7189404#7189404
Dec
8
revised How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
Attention to file systems with spaces in their names.
Dec
8
revised How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
Considering file system names such as 'Pocket Time Machine' – there are spaces.
Dec
8
revised How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
For the one child file system in the example, there are currently only seventeen snapshots.
Dec
8
revised How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool
Clarification, and grammar.
Dec
8
answered How to check that all ZFS snapshots within a pool are without holds before destroying that pool