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If you need to, you can contact me at: alix [dot] axel [at] gmail [dot] com

Some of my GitHub repositories:

  • phunction, a minimalistic PHP HMVC Framework.
  • halBox, bash script to bootstrap Debian/Ubuntu servers.
  • ArrestDB, RESTful API for SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases.

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comment Access to the .co Zone File?
Reading it, thanks for sharing Harry!
Oct
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comment Access to the .co Zone File?
I could do that, but I doubt the missing domains don't have DNS servers configured - taking the .pt ccTLD as an example, they only have about half of the 237,355 active domains (excluding the ones registered via ENH). My guess is, they are just brute-forcing the WHOIS system with common words and that doesn't guarantee that they are always up-to-date (plus, they don't seem to release updates for their packages). Either way, 1/3 of missing domains is really a lot for my purposes. I'll keep an eye on it though, and see how their count evolves.
Oct
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comment Access to the .co Zone File?
The go.co blog says that they had over 1.5M domains as of September 26, while the viewdns.info package only counts 1,090,681. It's not the only one: .pt ccTLD has 584,757 registered domains but ViewDNS only counts 126,900. With such huge descrepancies, I don't find that data to be very reliable.
Oct
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comment Access to the .co Zone File?
I contacted go.co partner support already, still no word from them. +1 for the Passive DNS zone files, they might prove useful if everything else fails (and they don't mind sharing them with me).
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comment Access to the .co Zone File?
@Zoredache: gTLD zones are not secret, I suppose there's some kind of similar access program for this ccTLD since it's considered like a gTLD. As for the justification, I can provide it to the registrar / TLD authority if needed - but, if it eases your concerns, my purposes are no where near from being nefarious in nature.
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comment Removing a very large folder (~40GB) with lots of files efficiently in linux
@ott--: I've sent the OP an email to see if he can clarify the results.
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comment Removing a very large folder (~40GB) with lots of files efficiently in linux
@ott--: Well spotted, I'm not sure what to make of that. The second row is even weirder 28.51, 14.46 vs 0.41, 14.46.
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comment linux merge folders: rsync?
--prune-empty-dirs might also be a good option, in my case I have x = millions of files, y = x * 1.33 directories.
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