Yearly Archives: 2012

GitHub kinda sucks

First, GitHub isn’t that bad. I was tempted to go away from it completely, because of reasons I will explain below, but it does a simple job and does not screw up too much. It’s fairly slow and unreliable, especially compared to my cheap server (Roubaix, while located in the Far North, is after all […]

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Updating DNS zones serial numbers automatically

If there is something I always forget, it is to update serial numbers of DNS zones. Serial numbers is the only source used for zones transfers, so if you forget to update them, the secondary NS will keep serving the old zone. When you use a fancy DNS server, which has a database backend for […]

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