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bio website digirev.us
location Austin, TX
age 26
visits member for 5 years
seen May 6 at 21:16

Senior Systems Engineer & Systems Consultant.

Experience in in Windows Server (NT|2000|2003|2008), Debian & Debian Relatives, RHEL/CentOS, Apache, lighttpd, nginx, PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Asterisk, Kohana, Postfix, Qmail, MailScanner, VMWare server & ESX, iSCSI SAN hardware, OpenVPN, GlusterFS, LustreFS, BackupPC & a mirad of Cisco products.

Certifications Include
expired... CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
Network+ (Comptia Network Plus)
A+ (Comptia A Plus)
Should probably take my dCAP, RHCE and MSCE...


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comment Computer Memory Configuration
Thanks; Thats essentially what I plan to do; just wondered if 8GB Dualchannel or 12GB is better in the meantime. Thanks again
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asked Need to replace OS drive on ubuntu system, how do i keep soft-raid partition?
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comment HTPC : Ubuntu 4-Drive Raid5, Expanson
Out of curiousity, What happens when the lowest common denominator is no longer 1 terabyte? So when I take that final step from (3)2TB drives & (1)1TB drive, to a full (4)2TB harddrives? Does ubuntu / mdadm just "see" that the lowest common denominator is no longer 1TB and allows you to scale the file system higher? Just kinda preparing before i end up getting stuck having to backup this data some how.
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