430 reputation
25
bio website vhgroup.net
location Buenos Aires, Argentina
age 33
visits member for 2 years
seen 11 hours ago

Linux and open source solutions architect.

I'm Linux engineer with more than 10 years of experience. I work in infrastructure deployment, automation, scripting and system level programming. Have experience in critical environments with high availability and load balance. I love challenges, new tools, facing problem that everybody else considers impossible.


Apr
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
27
comment Is it possible to retreive the content of a running bash script from ram
Yes, you are right. The file itself is read from the disk filesystem. /proc exists in RAM, it's not like a ramdisk, but the information is in RAM. With the exception of /proc/$PID/fd and may be other. Anyway, @Thomas Nordquist wants to recover the file, and this is thse easy way.
Dec
27
comment Is it possible to retreive the content of a running bash script from ram
The proc filesystem resides in RAM only and almose everybody has it mounted.
Dec
25
answered Is it possible to retreive the content of a running bash script from ram
Nov
30
answered ssh still asking for password when trying to log into another pc
Apr
4
awarded  Yearling
Jul
30
comment portmap on debian, can I safely remove it?
There is no relation between sshfs and nfs.
Jul
30
answered portmap on debian, can I safely remove it?
Jun
29
comment Centos 5.8: unable to setup squid transparent
ok, What kind of transparent proxy? TPROXY? What iptables configuration are you using to get your transparent proxy working? That changes the answer.
Jun
28
comment Centos 5.8: unable to setup squid transparent
Are you using TPROXY?
Jun
25
comment DHCP Client Can't Find DHCP Server
I agree with @Spiff :D
Jun
24
comment Linux Iptables Routing
What gateway do you have configured in the Windows Box?
May
21
answered linux drops packet when trying to route it - why?
May
7
comment ssh tunnel without SOCKS5 , is it possible?
What about OpenVPN? There is no magic way to tunnel traffic. But you can build a simple VPN with OpenVPN and then add some routes to redirect the traffic.
May
4
awarded  Critic
May
4
comment Mail ports doesn't seem to work under squid proxy
You can with a hack, tunneling connections using the CONNECT method.
May
4
answered Mail ports doesn't seem to work under squid proxy
May
4
answered Squid log to socket
May
4
answered How to protect sudosh logs against deletion?