Month: May 2007

LUG talks today

Today I gave three talks at my local LUG. The first was my latest SE Linux talk (I’ll put the notes online soon). The second was a talk about voting. I asked for a show of hands, who has already decided which party they will vote for at the next federal election (about 12 people […]

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more about Heartbeat

In a comment on my blog post “a Heartbeat developer comments on my blog post” Alan Robertson writes: I got in a hurry on my math because of the emergency. So, there are even more assumptions (errors?) than I documented. In particular, the probability model I gave was for a particular node to fail. So […]