A friend wanted to learn Linux, so I offered to spin up a VM under Proxmox. Done. Just kidding. I mean, that would work (assuming you handled port forwarding) if you were hitting an IP, but FQDNs are much easier for people to remember. Except ssh isn’t based on HTTP, so how do you forward […]
Failed NVMe drive? Better change your upstream DNS resolver.
This is not entirely an “it’s always DNS joke,” I promise. But for the record, it is always DNS. I have an (three, actually – two are boot drives/VM storage) NVMe drive in my server that serves multiple functions – a Plex cache, a ZFS Intent Log (I should get rid of that, as it’s […]