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Senior Systems Engineer with a Linux, virtualization and performance-tuning focus.

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Apr
14
answered How can I receive top-like CPU statistics from the shell?
Feb
20
awarded  Commentator
Feb
20
comment Puppet problem with sysctl
This module is poorly documented. I've been trying to figure out how to integrate it into my install.
Feb
15
awarded  Yearling
Feb
13
comment What should a Linux Server Admin know about Solaris and AIX
Yes, select the OS types you care to compare in the upper-lefthand corner, then click "Draw Table".
Feb
13
comment What should a Linux Server Admin know about Solaris and AIX
But it's very useful...
Feb
13
answered What should a Linux Server Admin know about Solaris and AIX
Dec
24
comment ZFS adding new device to RAIDZ
The answer is pretty straightforward. It's "no" in the context of the OP's question.
Dec
16
comment How can I change a user's default group in Linux?
Test it out and see for your particular environment.
Dec
13
answered How can I change a user's default group in Linux?
Dec
11
awarded  Editor
Dec
11
revised Calendaring daemon
Spelling correction
Dec
11
answered How to connect two computers via internet with ssh?
Dec
11
suggested suggested edit on Calendaring daemon
Dec
11
comment What is the difference between symbolic and hard links?
But what's a practical use-case for this?
Dec
11
comment Broken PATH in CentOS 5.x
Which user are you logged-in as? Are you escalating to root or leveraging su or sudo?
Dec
8
comment ZFS adding new device to RAIDZ
No, it's not possible.
Dec
7
comment ZFS adding new device to RAIDZ
I don't understand what you're asking. In any case, you can't modify any RAIDZ setup. I'm not sure what you mean by "extra disk".
Dec
6
answered ZFS adding new device to RAIDZ
Nov
21
comment How can I make bash more readable?
Nice find! I'm going to try this.