Category Archives: Linux
When you work from home and are required to use the corporate network you’re often shoved into a dilemma where the VPN configuration that is pushed to your [..]
Where did my disks go? So no and then you may run into an issue which cannot be explained properly by just looking at the standard events that [..]
Intro Third party authentication and authorisation providers like okta, azure, gcs or aws often have a trusted connection to the tenants. This sometimes allows that authentication requests via [..]
Something none storage related. This article at “The Register” triggered me to write this post and explain why I don’t see this behaviour in my household. The trick [..]
Whenever things goes haywire on an OS or application there are two areas that are looked at first: Networks Storage In a fair few cases the issue is...
No, not storage related but more towards coding scripts etc and assuring your git repositories do not show up with huge diff sections you need to correct. Just [..]
VANTARA. Hitachi Vantara. Yes, took me a while to get used to it as well after almost 15 years at HDS but I must say reading all the [..]
The piece of spinning Fe3O4 (ie rust) is by far the slowest piece of equipment in the IO stack. Heck, they didn’t invent SSD and Flash for nothing,...
Six years ago I wrote this article : Open Source Storage in which I described that storage will become “Software Defined”. Basically I already predicted SDN before the [..]
I always try to keep a clean slate on my Linux box. Not only when it comes to security but one thing I really hate is the massive [..]