You do know that you can use the SAN environment variable to create UCC certs without having to modify openssl.cnf right? Its much easier to create multiple UCC certs that way.
Hell, I still think the FCC counts it as high-speed even now in their broadband reports.
GCC in the FreeBSD base is stuck at v4.2.1 as that was the last version licensed under the GPLv2. As this is about 7 years old by GCC standards a newer compiler is a welcomed change and since CLANG is BSD-licensed it is more in line with the project's goals anyway.
You try being followed by a stranger late at night in your neighborhood and see if you don't feel even the slightest bit provoked or concerned. Zimmerman followed when he shouldn't have and now someone's dead because of it.
Sync directly with the bloatware and usability mess that is iTunes?
(note that some consider this a significant benefit)
Seconded, Zabbix with the ZAX Android client works very well in my setup here (sometimes too well, I hate getting alerts at 3am).
Should be the last FRIDAY in July
Anybody who wasn't already assuming that all networked devices for which you haven't personally reviewed all the source code are anything other than hostile network actors has way too much time on their hands.
I'll describe the entire Earth in only 2:
Now all EA games will come with free misery AND a Force Choke...
...only if you preorder at Gamestop
When no one's using the platform of course its going to be faster than the competition when shared resources are concerned.
impeachment yes, assassination no
wow, site goes down right as its being discussed....
If you're relying on RAs or DHCPv6 for server networks then you have bigger problems, not unlike rogue DHCP servers in IPv4.
It would be more constructive to use whatever energy needed to pressure legacy IPv4 holders to give-up their space to start planning a move to v6 or at least a dual-stack architecture. This is like people complaining there's still momentum left in the cassette tape when CDs have been around for years. Postponing the inevitable doesn't stop the inevitable from happening.