You don't install outside the supported distro you paid support for. Anything outside that isn't production ready. Unless zfs ships as a supported addon with RHEL it's not production ready in any meaningful sense of the word - stability has nothing to do with it.
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If you get a client with your network, it comes preconfigured.. so that's not a difference.
There *are* a lot of sucky sip clients. There are also some excellent ones.
zfs doesn't support volume reshaping, which is fine for large datacentres with huge budgets but no use for smaller setups.. even at work if I were to say 'to add an extra Tb to the array we're going to have to spend $5000 to buy a duplicate one and recreate it' I'd be laughed at. So it's a nonstarter.
btrfs does, but it's not ready yet.. so like Urban Garlic, I'm still waiting, since things like dedup will make a huge difference.
I'd be intrigued to know what app they're using that's returning the code and expiry date.. that information is encrypted on the card and none of the free nfc tag readers I've tried even attempt to decrypt it (I don't trust the banking system to use half decent encryption so not discounting the possibility entirely).
Of course it could just be the typical bullshit scare story that newspapers come out with..
Gives a whole new meaning to 'my computer crashed' though...
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The world is consuming a
Your piddling 65k addresses for a class B? 2 hours, tops.
Here, have a
"But what's going to happen? Will IANA stop giving out numbers and say, "sorry, nothing we can do. No more numbers."
Yes. Quite possibly in less than a month.
When we're down to 5
The RIRs then have until their v4 pool runs dry - they won't get any more - which may be quite quick for some (like apnic) and slower for others.
After that it's down to what ISPs have - they'll probably ramp up their prices for v4 an instigate such horrors as carrier grade NAT, just to stretch it out, but it's just postponing the inevitable.
And yeah, potentially this is bigger than y2k and the great unwashe don't even know it's happening - even though it *will* affect them.
BS. I used to use my old N95 as a GPS without any connection at all. It works fine.
Damn those entertainers...
It was voted in by about 200 pissed up MPs who had been dragged out of the pub to make sure it passed. Only about 40 actually attended the debate.
Watching it happen was an eye opener to say the least. Any illusions that we have actual representation died that day.
2*[branches of the ISP]*[Family members/friends/dog]
Also the act says nothing about keeping a count for *ex* subscribers.. so pingponging between two may be enough.
As does OSX, and by extension Safari.
It's not really news.. Mozilla is even late to the party.
They're just a bunch of fear-mongering wackos with an agenda.
That'll be why it's listed under science
I miss the days when science as about the scientific method and discovering stuff.. now it's about what gets the biggest headline and the biggest research grants.