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bio website simbiosi.org
location Lausanne, Switzerland
age 38
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen Jul 21 at 18:45

I'm an Italian vagabond now established in Switzerland since 2006, I'm a knowledge devourer a proud father, an happy husband, a funny and honest friend.

In my (never) free time, I love DMing some RPGs, cooking, playing guitar, studying computer science, doing sport and never sleeping.

I'm a *GNU/*Linux PC.

I am/was working as

  • Senior System Architect of multi-tier WEB based application on Unix/Linux architectures.
  • Unix specialist with strong knowledge in Open Source solutions.
  • System Integrator and Application Solution Analyst.
  • Unix and Network administrator.
  • Java and Unix System Performance Analyst.

My tech specialties

System Administration: Unix (Solaris,HP-UX,AIX), GNU/Linux, Windows NT, 2000, Dos. Network Administration: Alteon, DNS, Sendmail, Postfix, Radeon, Routers Cisco, Switches, Nokia Firewalls, IP tables. Programming: Shell Scripting (bash, ksh), PHP, AWK, sed, perl, ant, maven, GNU Make, LaTEX, XHTML, HTML. Application Administrator: Weblogic Server, OneToOne Portal, BEA Tuxedo, Vitria BW 4.2, JBoss, Jakarta Tomcat, Apache WebServer. DB Administration: MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL.


Jul
21
comment How to give HTTP traffic higher priority?
Has been answered above. Read thorough the whole thread.
Jul
21
awarded  Scholar
Jul
21
accepted Shell - Deal with multiple command history files
Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
30
awarded  Yearling
Oct
3
comment How to force 'yum search' to use local metadata/cache?
@DanPritts you are right, I've updated the answer accordingly.
Oct
3
revised How to force 'yum search' to use local metadata/cache?
Updated answer from Dan Pritts feedback
Aug
18
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
24
comment Why isn't GNU/Linux SUS v3+ compliant?
@vonbrand thx. added your comments in the answer
Jan
24
revised Why isn't GNU/Linux SUS v3+ compliant?
As my answer is not completely correct, I add the comments of vonbrand
Jan
24
comment Why isn't GNU/Linux SUS v3+ compliant?
@vonbrand this makes harder to obtain a certification?
Dec
30
awarded  Yearling
Nov
26
comment Shell - Deal with multiple command history files
Thanks @Gilles I'm agree with you that this is not the best way to do it, but our system administrators won't use other mechanisms beside the one imposed by the compliance rules. Using other solutions means to fight with the compliance officers to ask for a deviation of the standard compliance rules (it's madness). What I'm looking for it's more a script or a "super" alias that can help us to workaround the limitation of the history setup in this way. Indeed I'll propose the auditing as you proposed and let's see...
Nov
23
revised Shell - Deal with multiple command history files
Clarified the question
Nov
23
comment Shell - Deal with multiple command history files
Thanks for your answer, I'm going to update the question so that it's more clear
Nov
23
asked Shell - Deal with multiple command history files
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
22
comment KSH styling text based menu using STDERR
Thanks @shellter , I've found a solution using dialog instead of select. I'll update the question, or answer myself (not sure what is better to do) as soon as I'll have time to do it.
May
10
comment Searching a file & excluding lines with a specified string
I would add perl -ni -e 'print unless /repeat-info/' file.log