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http://serverfault.com/questions/100656/how-to-determine-which-nic-data-traffic-is-using/100658#100658

My answer has two <pre> blocks in it. The first one came out OK, the 2nd one looks funky in the preview but still readable.

In the final answer, it's as if the <pre block isn't there.

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You didn't encode the < as &lt; which was causing the sanitizer to reject that block.

Remember that within <pre> blocks you have to encode angle brackets.

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Oooo, ok. I'd never put a < inside <pre> block before. Whoops. – Mark Henderson Jan 7 '10 at 23:51

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