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Revision as of 20:13, 7 October 2009


Welcome to the Hivewiki

Welcome to the Hivewiki. Please follow the links below or in the menu boxes on the side of the page.

info.png Information

  1. The Hivewiki
  2. The Hivemind Codex
  3. The Hivewiki Mailing List
  4. The Beginning of the Hivemind (original post)
  5. License/Copyright issues on the network
  6. [Yale Guide to Netiquette]
  7. Local wiki version of the above
  8. [Hivemind] on wikipedia

settings2.png Administration

  1. email1.pngHivemind Contact details
  2. sysadmin.pngInformation about:
  1. settings1.png Guides and Info:

Getting Started on the Hivemind Wiki

  1. How to get started on the Hivemind wiki
  2. Editing guidelines for articles
  3. Editing guidelines for archived threads
  4. Howto: Add images to a wiki page
  5. Howto: Add sound to a wiki page
  6. Howto: Add media to a wiki page
  7. Howto: Add Artists and Albums to the Music Database
  8. Tool: [HTML to Wiki Converter - Tables]
  9. Sandbox:Index

Members of the Hivemind

  1. Joining the Hivemind
  2. Members Pages directory
  3. Birthdays on the Hivemind
  4. Neo-cons of the 'mind
  5. GPG Public Key Archive
  6. Hardware to swop or give away
  7. See us on frappr
  8. The Great Hivemind Googlefight Brawl

twousers.png Contributions

The Hiveminders on "Work"

They were fired

Threads culled from the Hivemind Archives

User Contributions to the Hivewiki

Ways to use or abuse your time:

Technical hacks, hints and help


The new Hivemind server.

For those really interested, see Honey hardware for a description and reasoning behind the hardware.

Sporting an AMD Sempron(tm) 3000+ 64-bit processor running at 1809.279MHz, 1GB memory. running Debian GNU/Linux stable, kernel 2.6.15-1-amd64-k8. Historical: 4 x 120GB IDE HDD, giving us a 360GB RAID-5 array, 300GB SATA disk for backup purposes.

The disks were upgraded to: 4 x WDC WD3201ABYS-0 SATA disks, 298GB each, specifically designed for RAID purposes. This provides us with two RAID-1 arrays, across which we run RAID-1, giving a total of 575.64GB available as a physical volume for LVM, and the additional required 10GB root partition (RAID-1 across all disks), as well as a 1GB swap partition on each disk (which is, incidentally, not used). The 300GB SATA disk is still used for backup purposes, but now also sports the /tmp partition, and an almost 4GB swap partition. We've also got one spare disk each (Peet and Bretton), prepared to be swapped out at any time. The SATA disks allows us to do a swap-out and RAID rebuild without any downtime. The disks are fitted in a removable cage, to allow for easy swapping.

We are also now running the following kernel (which is pending an upgrade as the generic TUN device is missing): Linux version 2.6.18-0.1-0.1 ( (gcc version 4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)) which was built on Fri, May 23 11:55:02 SAST 2008.

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(these need to be added)

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email4.png Contact Administrators

  1. Mail Hivemind Admin
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