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Dual delivery Google Apps and Postifx (server reject mail from my domain on google)

This is the scenario: I have a server with Postfix and some domains, and now, one of this domains want to use Gmail Google Apps only in a couple of accounts. The end-user configure the domain with ...
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How can I make a webserver that appears if the other is down

I would like to have a second server blade that I have be used to display the message that my usual webserver is down. However, I'm not sure how to set it to only work when the other is down, ...
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Deactivating Cores option in SQL Server 2008

What is actually the difference between deactivating 2 of the cores as in this screenshot and having a dual core machine I guess is not the same as having a dual core machine, right? Do you know ...
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Dual ISPs - Load balancing

We currently have 1 ISP and are adding a second. I need to load balance this into our current network so it shares the bandwidth between our 2 ISPs. We have a total of about 10 external IP addresses ...
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Running Two Intel x5355 CPU with different spec numbers on same motherboard

I have S5000PAL motherboard with latest bios and x5355 with SLAEG spec installed. I was wondering if I would put the in x5355 with SL9YM spec into second processor socket would it work? Both ...
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Using 2 NIC in ESXi 4.1

We are planning to move all our physical server into 2 ESXi box. Currently each of the server has 2 NIC. One NIC is used as public interface which has public IP, and another NIC has private IP. All ...
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How can you force a Mac Pro's “Ethernet 2” link to UP, without a cable attached?

All Mac Pros / XServes have 2 gigabit wired NICs. It has always annoyed me that a: there is no way to bridge them (no BRCTL, et al. for Mac), and b: there is no way to "use" the second port, even ...
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How to find out if my debian server setup is a dual core or not?

I have access to root and would like to find out. Thanks
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Linux 2 network card routing depending on the interface used

My server has 2 network card installed and I manage to get it up and running. I can ping both interface but I can not ssh or access any service (ie web/ftp) if I connect using second interface. Both ...
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Is there a limit to the amount of memory a single thread can access in a dual-processor system?

I'm looking to buy a workstation for data processing using MATLAB. I'm considering one of two workstations from DELL. The lower end workstation (3500) has a single processor and 24 GB of memory in 6 ...
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Windows fails to recover from hibernation since dual booted with Linux

I've got a laptop running Windows and Ubuntu dual booted with GRUB. Ever since it was dual booted it has started failing to recover from Windows hibernation (with BAD_POOL_CALLER BSOD). It doesn't do ...
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iSCSI / SAN / Cluster / multiple NICs failover problem

Got a problem with NIC failover with iSCSI. Setup: A server with 3 NICs. One NIC is local network, other 2 are SAN. Using Microsoft iSCSI Initiator. A managed network switch. A QNAP SAN, connected ...
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Red Hat AS 64-bit and multi core chip recognition

We're running RH AS 64-bit 4.6 and for some reason after installing a Hitachi SAN driver, the kernal only recognizes 1 cpu of the 8 (4 dual core Opterons). This server hosts an Oracle 9i database, so ...
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Traffic redirect in Router

I have two routers connected to each other. Both the routers are connected to the WAN using two different ISPs. Router A is used for the day to day browsing in the office while Router B is connected ...
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linux box WAN failsafe configuration

OK, I have linux box with one cable WAN and GPRS modem (or lets say another WAN connection that is normally down). Is there any option to make this second link (GMPR/Ethernet/other) as backup ...