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Linux administrator


Jun
2
comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
I wanted to try using DNAME with some of our SSL domains, but I heard there are still problems with older DNS servers, etc. Is this relevant? Or is DNAME safe to use on production servers?
Jun
2
answered DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
Jun
2
answered How do I change swap partition in Linux?
Jun
2
comment How do I change swap partition in Linux?
You don't need to reboot Linux 2.6.x after formatting a partition, not even after changing the partition table of the disk.
Jun
2
comment Comparison of Unix shells
On Debian you can use 'dash' as substitute for '/bin/sh'.
Jun
2
comment Top level domain for private networks?
To be totally secure I would put everything on a subdomain of my company's domain name, like local.company.org, vm.company.org, and so on.
Jun
2
answered Preventing specific packages from getting installed in Debian
Jun
2
comment attempted hack?
Go to it and plug it off the network physically. Don't turn it off, you might want to check how it was hacked first.
Jun
2
comment attempted hack?
It's a private network (172.16.*.*), do you use these in your company? Otherwise it might be somehow spoofed...
Jun
2
comment Desert Island Tools?
+1 for Summer Glau :-)
Jun
2
comment Common mistakes made by System Administrators and how can we avoid them?
I would rephrase 1. as: don't install anything by bypassing your package management system. You can install software from sources, but use system tools to create native packages (dpkg-buildpackage on Debian, for example). It will make tracking that software easier in the future.
Jun
1
answered Naming Conventions
Jun
1
answered Desert Island Tools?
Jun
1
answered Spam prevention tips for Postfix
Jun
1
answered How to deal with a stubborn sysadmin?
Jun
1
comment Tools a Unix administrator cannot live without
And if you don't like more or less, you can always try most.
Jun
1
answered What is a zombie process and how do I kill it?
Jun
1
comment Shell script to execute something when one of the daemon dies?
@Andri: You should include your php script in init script "start" call, from the shell it should be simple 'php path/to/script.php'. You need php5-cli package for this to work.
Jun
1
comment Vim features and extension that make your work easier
+1 for using textwidth=78 :-)
Jun
1
comment Vim features and extension that make your work easier
If you use s/.../.../g a lot, you might consider including 'set gdefault' in your ~/.vimrc