One step beyond VMware 6.5U1

VMware has updated their ESXi platform again, so we’re now one step beyond the 6.5U1 upgrade. It comprises mostly with VSAN improvements and a set of patches for kernel forking issues. After my challenges with updating to VMware ESXi 6.5U1, it’s nice to see an update work correctly the first time. Again, installing this on…

Wireshark on CentOS 7 (TL;DR version)

You need to get a copy of a later Wireshark (version 2.4) on your CentOS 7 system, without needing to follow all the instructions in Building Wireshark 2.4.0 for Centos 7. Wireshark provides one of the widest used network analysis tools available. Update: 3 December 2018 The repository will deploy Wireshark 2.6.5 by default Update:…

Building Wireshark 2.4.0 for CentOS 7

Some of you might have found the earlier post on Building a Wireshark for CentOS 7. Since then several releases of Wireshark have passed, and now Wireshark has released version 2.4.0 as a stable version. You could skip to the TL;DR version if you just want the application. Don’t forget the release notes! Update: 12…

Google has a new SneakerNet

The SneakerNet was a way to move data around companies before high bandwidth network links. Data would be copied to a floppy disk, and then physically walked in your sneakers to reach its final destination. Google announced yesterday the SneakerNet for the Cloud Era. This again brings to mind the quote “Never underestimate the bandwidth…