Big Changes to JasonAntman.com

Well, I finally broke down and ordered Optimum Business. Come tomorrow, I’ll be moving from Verizon FiOS residential with a dynamic IP, much blocked (hence jantman.dyndns.org:10011) and 10Mbps down/2Mbps up to Optimum Business with 30 down/5 up, a block of 5 static IPs, and …

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Vyatta Initial Impressions

I’m part-way through the major overhaul of my home network (hosting this blog and everything else jasonantman.com) that I’ve been planning for quite some time. The current hardware is… uh… currently… described on my Hardware page, but I soon plan on ditching the wiki and moving to …

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Wordpress Installation, Finished

Found this from a month and a half ago, waiting as a draft:

So, I mostly finished the WordPress installation. I got everything for WordPress up and running, tested my Blogger URL redirection script and then switched over my subdomain redirection.

The blogger redirection takes two parts, but is in …

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WordPress… Finally!

Well, I finally bit the bullet. I woke up this morning, got in to work (slow day) and said to myself, “My blog’s finally moving to WordPress. Today.” So, I read through the docs (really psyched about the Blogger import feature), downloaded 2.7 (latest), setup the DB and …

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Update

It’s been a long month and a half or so. A bunch of new projects at work (and interviewing for a full-time position) and lots of school stuff, all on top of having my truck stolen, dealing with insurance and the police, and then recovering it, and dealing with …

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New Project - Blog Migration to WordPress

For quite some time, I’ve been frustrated with Blogger. First of all, its’ publishing system is horribly inefficient. As everything is static HTML, at this point, writing this blog entry alone will require it to re-publish approximately 6 MB to my server. Seems sort’a pointless. Not to mention …

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Hardware Inventory System

After a few crazy weeks at work, the pay check is finally here, and I’ve decided to allocate some of the money to hardware upgrades of my personal machines. While Nagios gives me a good idea of where performance is a problem, I’m still running a large amount …

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Possible Downtime this weekend

Tropical Storm Hanna is expected to reach the New Jersey area on Saturday, September 6, 2008. The latest predictions as of 20:00 September 4th call for winds from 30-60 MPH and rainfall possibly in excess of 5 inches, at a rate of 1-1.5 inches per hour (as …

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