#ipv6 Articles

  • 2013-02-26
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sage on ipv6.he.net

http://ipv6.he.net/certification/ This was really fun! If you complete this with your own domain and server you'll learn to set up these: set up IPv6 address and routing point your DNS to the IPv6 address - this would applies mostly if you have your own nameserver point the …

  • 2013-01-13
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Do you have IPv6 connectivity? Perhaps a server and a domain name already set up? http://ipv6.he.net/ Some things you get to play with: check if you can view the page in IPv6 send an e-mail over IPv6 rDNS over IPv6 Quite fun way of learning about IPv6 …

  • 2012-06-13
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Red Hat Certification – RHCE - Course Outline

Howdy! In case you saw my previous posts I've been prepping for a RHCE course the last couple of weeks. Here are the posts based on the objectives: http/https dns ftp nfs smb smtp ssh ntp Odds are quite high that I've missed something or not gone deep enough …

  • 2011-05-05
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HEPIX Spring 2011 – Day 3

Day 3 woop! An evaluation of gluster: uses distributed metadata, so no bottleneck that comes with a metadata server, can or will do do some replication/snapshot. Virtualization of mass storage (tapes). Using IBM's TSM (Tivoli Storage Manager) and ERMM. Where ERMM manages the libraries, so that TSM only sees …

  • 2011-05-01
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HEPIX Spring 2011

I'm heading to Hepix this whole week! Looks like there's some really interesting topics like: Lustre, glustre, ipv6, stuff about the CERN it facilities, Scientific Linux report, cloud/grid virtualization, Oracle Linux. I'll sure be doing a bit of blogging about what's going down.