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Archive for October, 2015

7 Linux Grep OR, Grep AND, Grep NOT Operator Examples

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/31

Question: Can you explain how to use OR, AND and NOT operators in Unix grep command with some examples?

Source: 7 Linux Grep OR, Grep AND, Grep NOT Operator Examples

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Power User, RegEx | Leave a Comment »

VMware Front Experience: The great VMware Tools dilemma; VMware Tools 10.0.0 Release Notes

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/31

Interesting: VMware Tools 10.0.0 Release Notes

Source: VMware Front Experience: The great VMware Tools dilemma

–jeroen

Posted in ESXi6, Power User, Virtualization, VMware, VMware ESXi | Leave a Comment »

sad server on Twitter: “RAID666: block-level striping, two parity blocks distributed across a series of undead drives.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/31

Old but still funny:

RAID666: block-level striping, two parity blocks distributed across a series of undead drives.

–jeroen

via: @sadserver

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[NL] Voedingsmiddelen ontcijferd: blog over wat er in voedingsmiddelen zit

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/30

Voedingsmiddelen ontcijferd laat zien wat er in voedingsmiddelen zit, en classificeert zowel de componenten het totaal resultaat in drie groepen:

  • Veilig
  • Verdacht
  • Onveilig
  • Onbekend

Daarnaast voegt het soms een opmerking toe (zoals gemodificeerd).

De blog is vrij strict (bijvoorbeeld E251natriumnitraat – wordt als onveilig beschouwd), uit het oogpunt “beter voorkomen dan genezen”.

Gezien het grote aantal voedingsmiddelen dat al uitgezocht is kom je toch op een behoorlijke lijst met veilige middelen uit.

Een interessante blog als je meer over je voedsel wil weten.

–jeroen

Posted in LifeHacker, Power User | Leave a Comment »

The mystery of the missing administrative shares: why did it require a reboot?

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/29

On a system where I just added a new E: drive, it was indeed available as

wmic logicaldisk where drivetype=3 get caption,filesystem,drivetype,providername,volumename

would  output:

Caption  DriveType  FileSystem  ProviderName  VolumeName
C:       3          NTFS
D:       3          NTFS                      
E:       3          NTFS

But it would not list as an administrative share since

net share

would give:

Share name   Resource                        Remark
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPC$                                         Remote IPC
ADMIN$       C:\WINDOWS                      Remote Admin
D$           D:\                             Default share
C$           C:\                             Default share
The command completed successfully.

I wonder why the E$ drive was not visible. If anyone knows a better solution than a reboot, please let me know.

This was after the reboot:

Share name   Resource                        Remark
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
IPC$                                         Remote IPC
ADMIN$       C:\WINDOWS                      Remote Admin
D$           D:\                             Default share
E$           E:\                             Default share
C$           C:\                             Default share
The command completed successfully.

–jeroen

via:

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