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10+ years of Linux System and Network Support & Administration in the Health Care and Software & Product Development industries.

Experience in Deploying, Administering, and Supporting: VMWare ESXi 5, Embedded Linux hardware, Wi-Fi infrastructure, Mail Services(Cyrus IMAP/Sendmail/Postfix), IBM Tivoli Performance Manager, LTSP Linux Terminal solutions under Ubuntu, PostgreSQL/MySQL for Web Services, and Samba 3.

Recent Convert to DevOps. Now working in the Gaming Industry rolling out awesome solutions to meet company needs. Specializing in System Automation, Monitoring, and IaaS using the AWS Cloud.


Jul
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
accepted NFS Option Reload without Service Restart
Apr
28
answered Strange processes: “pro” and “proh” and slow Internet
Nov
25
comment saving output of another command
Good stuff. Thanks. had no idea that the default buffer was that large.
Nov
18
comment saving output of another command
You're right. Wasn't paying attention.
Nov
18
comment saving output of another command
Sure enough. Thanks. What I get for multi-tasking.
Nov
18
answered saving output of another command
Sep
10
comment Can I use `apt-get` to upgrade to the latest version of Nagios?
On the other hand, the version in the PPA is now 2+ years and 3 point revisions out of date.
May
22
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
26
comment How is GRUB able to read it's config file on ext3 fileystem?
I certainly wouldn't call the differences minimal. Certainly when compared to ext2 vs. ext3, the changes are significant. (kernelnewbies.org/Ext4)
Dec
26
awarded  Critic
Dec
25
revised How is GRUB able to read it's config file on ext3 fileystem?
Jang references
Dec
24
revised How is GRUB able to read it's config file on ext3 fileystem?
needed some more work
Dec
24
answered How is GRUB able to read it's config file on ext3 fileystem?
Dec
22
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
comment Connection with hostapd stops working after 10 minutes
AskUbuntu might be a better place to ask this stuff. Laptop Wireless chipsets are not commonly used on servers.
Sep
21
awarded  Commentator
May
25
comment In bash, what are potential negative consequences of pausing a process with control-z?
Not speaking to keepalives, those are obviously Application level. I'm talking about ACKs for the TCP sliding window at the Transport level.
May
25
comment In bash, what are potential negative consequences of pausing a process with control-z?
The TCP stack would continue sending ACKs that the window is full though, right?
May
25
comment su does not change user but does not respond with an error either
Stupid markdown....