A RAID controller hides the physical disks from the operating system, so it's harder to query the SMART data. Luckily, smartctl has a way to do it:
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on June 17, 2013, at 14:06 |
In an earlier post I made, I described how to manually create the SQL schema, because it didn't itself. When I installed Power DNS 3.1-4 on a Raspberry Pi, I noticed it had created the scheme itself this time. However, it did not make the foreign key constraints. This is dumb. I regularly need to remove domains from the DB and I don't want stale or incorrect references as a result.
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on June 12, 2013, at 23:06 |
Dutch articles, but there are English sources in it:
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on June 07, 2013, at 09:06 |
Our Xen VM's crashed at some point. This had to do with network traffic, apparently. My source link is dead. Only posting the workaround:
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on June 06, 2013, at 11:06 |
I'm growing increasingly frustrated with my inability to increase the number of pull-ups I can do in one set. And, after so many years, I'm still not even close to doing a single one-hand pull-up or one of those muscle-ups all the niggers on YouTube seem to be doing these days. That's why I'm going to let one of those black dudes guide me and my puny, little white frame:
By Rowan Rodrik, 3 years ago, on June 05, 2013, at 14:06 |
I just used the instructions in this article by John Albin to archive an old svn project on my private machine.
By Rowan Rodrik, 3 years ago, on June 05, 2013, at 11:06 |
When the printing press was invented, we had the understanding that text is best read when contrast is high. They didn't use black ink on paper for nothing. I bet they didn't even consider any other color.
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on June 02, 2013, at 12:06 |
I would really like to know what the designers at Creative Labs have in mind when they design sound cards. Their cards seem to be broken by design. The Live card was bad enough with its random collection of DACs and DPS's, but the Audigy 2 ZS seems no better. Aside from the fact that it's advertised as 96 kHz and 24 bit, which it isn't, it has serious design issues. I had some sound anomalies, so I decided to measure and test. I found:
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on May 09, 2013, at 13:05 |
CISPA allows the U.S. government to request information from private corporations about you without a warrant, without ever telling you. Furthermore, it protects these corporations against any legal recourse.
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on April 27, 2013, at 13:04 |
When you want to use your IMAP account as authentication for Postfix, you can set the SASL mechanism to "rimap". However, by default, it will not supply the realm (domain) and therefore will authenticate with an incomplete username (john instead of firstname.lastname@example.org).
By halfgaar, 3 years ago, on April 23, 2013, at 17:04 |