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Fuck you sysadmin, what makes you think that running a complete antivirus scan everyday at fucking 11am is a good idea?
What the fuck can I do with the fucking 5% CPU available? Should I play fucking Pong in an emulator? Write the story of my life with notepad?

Go hang yourself on an Ethernet câble in your fucking server room, you fucktard cunt.

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  • 3
    Context?
  • 2
    @Linux corrected the rant, seemed logical to me
  • 2
    @cabrasm
    Well, he should do it in nighttime, or change the nice of the process
  • 3
    @Linux he can even do it at noon, I don’t mind having my machine slower at that time, but at 11am is when everybody is at its morning peek in terms of being productive. For now I just scheduled my cigarette pause at 11 instead of 10:30
  • 1
    @cabrasm
    Thats just stupid, tell him to fix
  • 2
    @Linux already did, he answered « maybe it just didn’t support the time change back in mars, but on my machine it just takes 25% CPU ». Because 25% is like nothing, lazy fuck.
  • 1
    @cabrasm
    Well, I struggled with the exact same problem as a sysadmin :p
  • 2
    @Linux it’s okay to struggle, But don’t just answer me like this. Everybody has his shit, Windows can be shitty sometimes, Linux can be shitty too, and ESET Administration console isn’t the easiest tool either, but change a schedule time shouldn’t be so difficult, otherwise I ask myself how does he manage way more complicated stuff.
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    @cabrasm the question you have to answer is "what time is the least work done in any given day". If your company slacks up just before lunch, then that's the time an a/v scan is going to be run. You can't run it outside of business hours, because environmental pressure demands PC's be switched off when nobody is in the office and doesn't really take administration into account. You can't give everyone a custom time slot, because IT just doesn't have the financial or timescale budget to do so. You can't do lunch, because sales will often use lunch breaks to communicate with clients or providers. You're left with either doing it just before lunch, when the morning rush has died down, or just before EOB, which will likely make people pack up and leave early, defeating the purpose.
  • 0
    @monr0e nobody works at lunch time, we are an it services company with 24 employees and most of them are IT. At 11 we are all doing shit and I’m running stuff like everywhere. Doing the scan at noon is the best moment as everybody goes to eat and nobody switches off his workstation.
    I could understand if it was a quick scan, but a full scan is pretty invasive and I can’t accept I’m blocked 15 Minutes every day for this when we have plenty of time to do that, especially if the sysadmin recognises the mistake and just wont react
  • 0
    @cabrasm are you sure everyone goes to eat? What about IT themselves? What about veeps? Even in a tiny company, its unlikely that everyone goes to eat at exactly the same time every day, unless its a school.
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    @monr0e I don’t see your point. We close at noon, we have daily maintenance scripts at noon. Why the fuck the antivirus should block us at 11, and why it was running at noon before the time change in mars? Yes, there can be 2-3 people that sometimes stay at noon but certainly not sales, not direction, not the technicians, and it’s not a priority that they work at noon, as it’s outside work time.
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