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Kris Reese
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create custom RabbitMQ installation RPM to run as non root user account
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My 151st post...  Despite the focus on rsyslog, this methodology can apply to any source RPM from the simple standpoint of file inclusion and repacking of the RPM
how to build custom rsyslog RPM package from source 7.4.9 for client
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Likely my last visit to this bar before it closes for good. Many fun nights of playing poker with great drink and food specials will be missed as the new planned location will be a bit too far for a casual night out. Thanks to Wal*Mart for it's continued dominance within every iota it can place it's brick and mortar, I will have to find a new place to school my friends in friendly games of Texas Hold'em
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World Series cookies! #worldseries
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They taste better than this game so far...
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Guess I wouldn't be able to help myself either.
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Looking for a way to trigger an action based on the appearance of a log entry?  Use awk program execution!  Check it out.
Monitor Log File for Pattern Match and Trigger Action. For real time log monitoring in which an action should be triggered, "awk program execution" can be used. An AWK program consists of a sequence of pattern-action statements and optional function definitions. pattern { action statements } ...
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How to configure rsyslog 7.4.9 with TLS. If you're looking to encrypt syslog transmissions between client and server, you can do so via rsyslog with TLS. Please see the external link to rsyslog.com below, in partiuclar the Overview section of the page describing encrypting syslog traffic with ...
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A useful tidbit when trying to make use of an alias within a shell script, or assigning a command to a variable and executing it via the variable name.
Defining an alias within a shell script. If there's a need to define an alias within a shell script, shopt needs to be defined to tell the script to expand the alias. This option is enabled by default for interactive shells, but not for non-interactive shells hence the need to use the shopt ...
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Guess I'll have to wear my Cardinals Jersey over the Dodger's, but then it'll get too hot. Perhaps I better hide the Dodger's jersey in the closet then. Go Cardinal's!
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Manager Unix Systems Administration
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  • Network Solutions
    Manager Unix Systems Administration, 2011 - present
  • Network Solutions
    Engineering Manager, 2010 - 2011
  • Network Solutions
    Sr. Systems Engineer, 2007 - 2010
  • IBM
    Unix Systems Admin, 2001 - 2007
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  • Fontbonne University
    Computer Science, 1997 - 2001
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This is THE McD to go to in this area 99% of the time. This location is consistent on quality of the food, and yes... even the fries. IF the fries aren't good, they will happily exchange them for fresh ones if you are willing to be patient and wait a minute or so. I've lived in SoCo for many years and can say this is one of the better McDonald's around St. Louis
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This place is TERRIBLE! The staff is armed to the teeth and the range master continuously barks orders at the customers utilizing the ranges, totally disrupting the experience, not to mention the facility itself is totally outdated with dusty, nasty dust filled box fans hanging from the gross drop ceiling. If you must go to this range, BRING YOUR OWN AMMO! These gaugers charged me $21 for a box of cheap 50 9mm rounds. The ONLY reason I went here was because Top Gun in Arnold had a fire in their range on Nov 11 and it was closed. NEVER AGAIN will I patronize Bulls Eye, a place that disrespects its customers and has outrageous inflated prices for such a run down establishment. Please spare yourself the worst range experience you'll ever have by not going to this place. They DO NOT deserve anyone's business. HORRIBLE and DISGUSTING!!
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
ExtraSpace storage is a nice facility. The staff is very friendly and informative. I rented a 10x15 Climate Controlled unit and found the storage buildings to be very clean every time I visited. The climate controlled areas were kept constant, even in the dead of summer heat. I did find their pricing to be a little on the high side. I could have got a 10x15 CC unit at Mehlville Storage for $148 / month, but they didn't have any available so I had to pay $196 / month at ExtraSpace (though I got the 1st month for only $28.00). I'd also like to point out this is the first storage unit I've ever had, so it's possible that the old adage remains in that you get what you pay for. My second and only other issue with ExtraSpace was having to hunt down a dolly or moving cart every single time I visited my storage unit. There were 4 buildings on my side of the facility, and every time I went to my storage building, not a single cart or dolly was there, so I had to walk over to building B and walk around to find a cart. Sometimes, one did not exist in building B, so I then had to go to building A, and if none were there, then to building D. I feel they don't have enough dollies or moving carts to accommodate the amount of storage units. I was lucky enough that there wasn't another customer using a dolly or cart whenever I arrived to retrieve something, or I could have been waiting a long time to get something. It's very, very frustrating when you can't find what you need when you're looking to make a quick visit to the storage unit to get in and out. I hope that they have more carts and dollies on order and suggest that they have two carts and two dollies per building and mandate that customers not move them between buildings. I left ExtraSpace because I no longer required the use of a storage unit. Overall, I would certainly return to ExtraSpace in the future as long as the price was right and moving mediums were more prevalent.
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Public - 7 years ago
reviewed 7 years ago
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READ ME!! TOO EXPENSIVE This is just an average restaurant. It is way too expensive for the type of service received. In addition, the waiter staff was extremely rude. This place gets an Average rating for their food, but a poor rating for trying to imitate an upscale authentic Indian food cuisine and charging accordingly. TOO MUCH $$$$$ don't waste your money here We had a party of 11 people, in which a reservation was made in advance of this date. When we arrived, they did not have a record of a reservation, and therefore we had to wait for 20 minutes before we could be seated. Soon after we were seated, another 20 minutes elapsed before a waiter arrived. Drink orders were taken and took 10 minutes for those to arrive. Even so, they didn't bring all drinks out at once, but one or two at a time. It was very strange. The same was done with our food. Generally, everyone likes to get their food at the sametime so that they don't have to wait around for everyone else before they can begin eating. When it came time to pay our bill, our waiter was very disrespectful. We had asked prior to ordering if we could split the bill by couples. He agreed, but when it came time to pay the bill, he said they would not split the bill. After we reminded him of the agreement to split the bill across couples, he rudely suggested we split the bill across 3 credit cards, and those that were paying cash would give their money to those paying with credit cards. We ended up speaking with the manager who agreed to split the bill as long as we split it ourselves. This involved obtaining a pen, writing our names next to the items we purchased, and adding it up on the back of the receipt. Complete chaos. Do Not Waste Your Time at This Place!!! SLOW/POOR SERVICE! RUDE PEOPLE! TOO EXPENSIVE!
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Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago