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2.5 Admins is a podcast featuring two sysadmins called Allan Jude and Jim Salter, and a producer/editor who can just about configure a Samba share called Joe Ressington. Every two weeks we get together, talk about recent tech news, and answer some of your admin-related questions.
 
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Why Parler is unlikely to come back any time soon, free RHEL, and using a VPS to subvert VPN limits. Plugs Exploring Swap on FreeBSD Support us on patreon News Amazon cuts off Parler’s Web hosting following Apple, Google bans CentOS is gone—but RHEL is now free for up to 16 production servers Free Consulting We were asked about using a VPS to avoid…
 
The merits of ECC RAM, why reproducible builds are a good idea, and where to buy used equipment. Plugs Webinar: Introducing OpenZFS 2.0 Support us on patreon News/Discussion Linus Torvalds rails at Intel for ‘killing’ the ECC industry Why don’t PCs use error correcting RAM? “Because Intel,” says Linus You don’t need reproducible builds Free consult…
 
A cruel but necessary phishing test, ancient standards in brand new legislation, using Windows when it makes sense, and commissioning and decommissioning servers. Plugs Webinar: Introducing OpenZFS 2.0 Klara: Routing and Firewalling VLANS with FreeBSD Support us on patreon News GoDaddy Employees Were Told They Were Getting a Holiday Bonus. It Was A…
 
TeamWhite 2020 No 7: Alex, Alison & Jan: The Great US Stolen Election & updates from Europe (History Reviewed/Jan Lamprecht) http://45.79.143.13/vid/Teamwhite_2020_no_7_alex_alison_jan_the_great_us_stolen_election_updates_from_europe-1.mp3 http://historyreviewed.best/index.php/video-audio-teamwhite-2020-no-7-alex-alison-jan-the-great-us-stolen-elec…
 
Why Google services like Gmail went down recently, the potentially promising future for RISC-V, and using ZFS for home and root. News Google Mail outage Google incident report New RISC-V CPU claims record breaking performance per watt Seagate working on RISC-V SoCs Free consulting We were asked about using ZFS for root and home partitions. Linode S…
 
Episode 12: The People of the Paradox Check (The Jew Function Podcast) https://anchor.fm/s/1efc0224/podcast/play/21280836/https%3A%2F%2Fd3ctxlq1ktw2nl.cloudfront.net%2Fstaging%2F2020-9-18%2Fe816bd38-65c5-ac1c-75c7-55ea025d0720.mp3 https://twitter.com/thejewfunction/status/1338670163776909314By The Jew Function Podcast
 
What In The Everloving Name Of Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Is Going On At Google? (Blocked and Reported) https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/da3b6a82-592d-4b6b-a297-948ce2c997ab/d274ec79-bf90-4a45-8975-e421240783de.mp3 https://barpodcast.fireside.fm/42By Blocked and Reported
 
Part 2 of Fighting for What Is Right: A Conversation With Will Williams and David Duke (American Dissident Voices) http://audio.nationalvanguard.com/programs/ADV%202020-1024%20-%20Fighting%20for%20What%20Is%20Right%20-%20A%20Conversation%20With%20Will%20Williams%20and%20David%20Duke%20-%20part%202.mp3 https://nationalvanguard.org/2020/10/fighting-f…
 
Potentially improving DNS privacy, the big new ZFS release, and the best way to automate Linux installations. Plugs Webinar – Best Practices For Optimizing ZFS – Part 1 Support us on patreon News Improving DNS Privacy with Oblivious DoH in 1.1.1.1 OpenZFS 2.0 release unifies Linux, BSD and adds tons of new features Free consulting We were asked abo…
 
Part 1 of Fighting for What Is Right: A Conversation With Will Williams and David Duke (American Dissident Voices) http://audio.nationalvanguard.com/programs/ADV%202020-1017%20-%20Fighting%20for%20What%20Is%20Right%20-%20A%20Conversation%20With%20Will%20Williams%20and%20David%20Duke%20-%20part%201.mp3 https://nationalvanguard.org/2020/10/fighting-f…
 
Speech: Jonathan Bowden on World War Two and Historical Revisionism (2007) (samisdat.info) http://www.samisdat.info/media/jonathan-bowden-revisionism-2007/2007%20-%20Jonathan%20Bowden%20-%20World%20War%202%20Revisionism.mp3 https://www.samisdat.info/media/jonathan-bowden-revisionism-2007By samisdat.info
 
How Intel and AMD have fought it out over the years, Apple changes the industry with their M1 SoC, and we repeat the mantra that RAID is not a backup. Plugs Support us on patreon. If enough people do, we will go weekly. News A history of Intel vs. AMD desktop performance, with CPU charts galore Hands-on with the Apple M1—a seriously fast x86 compet…
 
Google proves that “unlimited” anything doesn’t exist, GitHub shenanigans, Apple’s new Arm computers, and which distro to start with as a sysadmin. Plugs Allan’s ZFS Webinar – Nov 18th, signup soon Support us on patreon. If enough people do, we will go weekly. News Arm Macs announced Google Photos is the latest “Unlimited” plan to impose hard limit…
 
We wade through Cloudfare’s marketing fluff, forced WordPress plugin updates, a bunch of your questions, and the shocking revelation that FreeBSD actually has graphics drivers. Plugs History of FreeBSD, Part 2 News Introducing Cloudflare One Introducing Cloudflare Browser Isolation beta WordPress deploys forced security update for dangerous bug in …
 
How not to store test results, AMD firmly on top of the desktop space, what moving to remote work means for corporate networks, and deduplication of disorganized data. Plugs Allan’s summary of the OpenZFS Devsummit 2020 All Things Open Support us on patreon. If enough people do, we will go weekly. News Why using Microsoft’s tool caused Covid-19 res…
 
Intel almost catching up to AMD with Tiger Lake, the .uk fiasco, and why you shouldn’t be using dd. Plugs OpenZFS Developer Summit All Things Open 2020 Support us on patreon. If enough people do, we will go weekly. News Hands-on with Intel’s i7-1185G7 Tiger Lake prototype laptop Intel’s run at the GPU market begins with Tiger Lake onboard graphics …
 
Cyber insurance for ransomware, more confusing WD specs, the truth behind the return of the Gateway brand, and managing config files. News Ransomware accounted for 41% of all cyber insurance claims in H1 2020 Western Digital is trying to redefine the word “RPM” We found out who makes Walmart’s new Gateway laptops, and it’s bad news Free consulting …
 
How Internet standards are decided, what a new one means for the Web, a surprising “feature” of Chrome, and the best ways to monitor your systems. News WebBundles Harmful to Content Blocking, Security Tools, and the Open Web RFC8890: The Internet is for End Users A Chrome feature is creating enormous load on global root DNS servers Free consulting …
 
Low power x86 vs Arm boards, hard disk failure rates, and the intricacies of ZFS snapshots. Plugs OpenZFS Developer Summit Support the podcast on Patreon News Seeed Studio’s Odyssey is a mini-PC for big projects and small wallets Backblaze Hard Drive Stats Q2 2020 Free consulting We were asked about ZFS on root, snapshots, and Jim’s project called …
 
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