Any bets this ends up causing as many problems as Apple's broken DHCP implementation in iOS 3.2.1 through 6.1?
A special note was added to TECS in October of 2011 requiring a mandatory search and detention of Tsarnaev if he left the country. 'Detain isolated and immediately call the lookout duty officer,' the note reportedly said. 'Call is mandatory whether or not the officer believes there is an exact match.' 'Detain isolated and immediately call the lookout duty officer.' Unfortunately, Tsarnaev's name was not an exact match: it was misspelled by one letter. Whoever entered it in the database spelled it as 'Tsarnayev.' When Tsarnaev flew to Russia in January of 2012 on his way to terrorist training, the system was alerted but the mandatory detention was not triggered. Because officers did not realize Tsarnaev was a high-priority target, he was allowed to travel without questioning."
And Washington was elected, not appointed. The President is also commander-in-chief of the armed forces so not strictly a civilian post.
Your move, AC.
... or is anyone else disturbed by the number of military personnel being appointed to civilian posts in the US government recently?
At what point do we just give up and announce that we're ruled by a junta already?
When a RAID goes down, isn't it wise to shut down the entire array until you can get a replacement in there and rebuild the set?
Yes, but sometimes the extra load put on the drives by rebuilding the RAID can cause another drive (or drives) to fail. Mount degraded array read-only, run a differential backup, rebuild and pray.
And for what it's worth, my anecdotal experience with a variety of Seagate's ES.2 "enterprise" drives has soured me on Seagate for a while. It's all cyclical though; like many others I remember cursing Western Digital and their Caviar drives back in the day. Company A sells more drives that Company B but Company A starts cutting back on quality to maximize profit while Company B starts increasing quality/features/whatever to win back market share. Switch positions and repeat.
People forget to mention that all those panels they buy from China....How are they made? With GERMAN production equipment. That's how! The companies that produces these machines in combination with massive increase in solar installers because of the lower cost Chinese panels far exceeds the amount of jobs lost from production companies.
Until the Chinese get tired of paying the Germans and decide to reverse engineer (that was the most polite term I could think of) the production equipment and make their own.