Wandering Thoughts archives

2008-01-31: The sysadmin's life (again)
2008-01-30: Linux's IP forwarding settings summarized
2008-01-29: An annoyance in Python's attribute access rules
2008-01-28: One reason I like Python
2008-01-27: Classic crontab syntax mistakes
2008-01-26: The funding capture problem
2008-01-25: A modest suggestion about test accounts
2008-01-24: Running a 32-bit Firefox on a 64-bit Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise
2008-01-23: The weird effects of Firefox's remote control on Unix
Linux's umount -f forces IO errors
2008-01-21: Why I believe that you want Solaris if you want ZFS
2008-01-20: Layering buffering on top of other buffering is usually a bad idea
2008-01-19: Why the x86 Linux kernel is part of every process's address space
2008-01-18: What seems to use power on an Asus Eee PC
2008-01-17: Lab notebooks are not changelogs
2008-01-16: Why sysadmins should keep a lab notebook
2008-01-15: What applications are actually crucial at a university
2008-01-14: A Python pattern: Mutating Proxies
2008-01-13: The robot logic of ZFS snapshots and quotas
2008-01-12: A thought about Amazon's S3 and EC2
2008-01-11: The importance of killing processes with the right signal
2008-01-10: What you don't know about other peers in BitTorrent
2008-01-09: There are two different situations for content-types
2008-01-08: Why I feel that a missing Debian package is a bad sign
2008-01-07: Some thoughts on Solaris 10 x86 versus Linux
2008-01-06: Why the server is the right place to determine web content types
2008-01-05: Why file extensions in URLs are a hack
2008-01-04: One problem with the current anti-spam environment
2008-01-03: Scrolling versus panning
2008-01-02: The various sorts of backgrounding in Unix
2008-01-01: An unpleasant thing about system administration

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