Wandering Thoughts archives

2012-03-31: Our sysadmin environment
Why I no longer believe that you need Solaris if you want ZFS
2012-03-29: Scalable system management is based on principles
2012-03-28: How I (once) did change management with scripts
Ultimately, abuse issues have to be handled by humans
2012-03-26: Microkernels are quite attractive to academic computer science researchers
What it means to become another user on Unix
2012-03-25: Atom feeds and constrained (web) environments
Link: Getting Real About Distributed System Reliability
2012-03-24: Garbage collection and modern virtual memory systems
2012-03-23: Sometimes you get lucky
2012-03-22: The problems of operations and sysadmin heroism
2012-03-21: My view of where the Unix community is
2012-03-20: How I use objects in Python
2012-03-19: A modest suggestion: increase your text size
2012-03-18: The standard trajectory of a field
2012-03-16: Parsing versus rewriting: how to tell them apart
2012-03-15: Part of the cleverness of Unix permissions (a little thought)
2012-03-14: The right way to do wikitext transitions
Configuration management is not documentation, at least not of intentions
2012-03-12: Why it matters whether your software works when virtualized
Why ZFS log devices aren't likely to help us
2012-03-11: A CBL false positive reveals a significant issue with the CBL
2012-03-09: Why you do not want to patch your source code in place
2012-03-08: What I have to run for my custom environment on Fedora 16
2012-03-07: The hard part of custom environments on Fedora (or any Linux)
How not to use Apache's ProxyPass directive
2012-03-05: Web frameworks should be secure by default
Convenience in web frameworks is often insecure
2012-03-04: Some stuff on Python 2.7.x support periods
2012-03-03: Two ways I increase the security of SSH personal keys
2012-03-01: A trick for dealing with irregular multi-word lines in shell scripts

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