Wandering Thoughts archives

2007-07-31: Consequences of allowing packages to quiz users at install time
2007-07-30: What we want out of our new fileserver design
2007-07-29: My standard for clear idioms in personal code
2007-07-28: Weekly spam summary on July 28th, 2007
2007-07-27: How big is the Slashdot effect?
2007-07-26: An unexpected performance stress test for DWiki
2007-07-25: Solaris Volume Manager and iSCSI: a problematic interaction
2007-07-24: Using iSCSI and AOE to create artificial disk errors
2007-07-23: An interesting issue when yum upgraded gaim
2007-07-22: Universities are not businesses: an implication
2007-07-21: Weekly spam summary on July 21st, 2007
2007-07-20: The downside of a unified buffer cache
2007-07-19: A safety tip: keep your different sorts of source trees separate
2007-07-18: Why I like Python's large integer support
2007-07-17: Random passwords are not necessarily good passwords
2007-07-16: Why SSL and name-based virtual hosts don't get along
2007-07-15: Problems I see with the ATA-over-Ethernet protocol
Weekly spam summary on July 14th, 2007
2007-07-14: Linux kernel asynchronous IO doesn't work on sockets
2007-07-13: You can't change a Python function's local variables from outside
2007-07-12: An interesting mistake with ZFS and iSCSI
2007-07-11: Why I wish Python had assignment in conditionals
2007-07-10: Thinking about the Python equivalents of C's !! double negation
2007-07-09: How many bits of information are in a password?
How not to set up your DNS (part 16)
2007-07-08: A suggestion for HMAC signature construction
2007-07-07: Weekly spam summary on July 7th, 2007
2007-07-06: What the flags on DNS query responses mean
How not to set up your DNS (part 15)
2007-07-05: What OpenID is good for
2007-07-04: What OpenID is (and is not)
Problems with EXA X acceleration on ATI cards in Fedora Core 6
2007-07-03: How not to set up your DNS (part 14)
2007-07-02: What the unified buffer cache is unifying
2007-07-01: The optimization rule for systems

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