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Slightly geeky, overly cynical and delusional about my own self importance.


May
2
answered How to estimate server's network connection quality with traceroute?
May
2
comment How can I groups numbers in a file
Excellent answer - explaining the steps really improves the quality of the response.
May
2
comment Data transfer between Ubuntu and CentOS
While this might work - I think it's doing it the hard way.
Apr
30
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How to find out Hard disk first & last sector ID's?
Apr
30
revised How to find out Hard disk first & last sector ID's?
removed the 'thanks' (not neded) and all caps.
Apr
30
comment root partition getting full with nfs mounted directory
I've read this a lot of times, and I still can't understand why you think df is including the NFS share. The NFS share is huge (97G used) and none of your other numbers even come close.
Apr
30
comment OpenSSL Package Rebuild CentOS 6.4
This question appears to be off-topic because it doesn't appear to be a question.
Apr
30
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Kill only one Java process
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Delete from cursor to end of line on VI
Apr
29
comment root partition getting full with nfs mounted directory
Just type alias and include the output - I'm trying to make sure your du and df commands aren't aliased to some default options.
Apr
28
comment Putty connection failing from Home network
What value have you changed the "Seconds between keepalives" to, in PuTTy?
Apr
28
comment root partition getting full with nfs mounted directory
df should not include separate filesystems in the reporting. I started working through your data but it's more work than I can fit in atm - you need to remember in your setup /home is not a filesystem, it's part of /. Also df will report used space on content overmounted, where-as du won't. This isn't an answer, but if you work through each filesystem, unmounting it, checking under it, etc. you'll work out what the real numbers are. Also, please post the output of alias in your question.
Apr
28
revised iptables advice with upd ports blocking in debian linux
added 20 characters in body
Apr
28
revised Lost password for a user on a Linux Server: How reset it?
tidied formatting, removed thanks, etc.
Apr
25
comment Job started by procmail does not appear in ps-output and cannot be stopped, even not after reboot
"Now I thought, at least the job will terminate after a reboot, but it didn't." - yes it did, something has restarted it. Paste the output of a ps -ef please.
Apr
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is more or find more resource intensive in finding the number of times an item lists in a file?
Apr
24
revised Update .profile in /etc in UNIX
updated formatting, removed thanks.
Apr
24
comment Login via ssh without password, getting authorized_keys file removed after first login attempt
Okay, popped it in as an answer.
Apr
24
answered Login via ssh without password, getting authorized_keys file removed after first login attempt
Apr
24
comment Login via ssh without password, getting authorized_keys file removed after first login attempt
I'm guessing this is your problem AuthorizedKeysCommand /usr/local/scripts/ssh_ldap_auth.sh. That's not standard and appears to be suggesting your server is doing LDAP of some kind. Try it without that line initially, and see if that helps.