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How can I understand a Linux server's role?

I've been given the task to create an excel table which includes all Linux servers in one of our AWS EC2 environments because the main aim is to get all the servers off AWS and migrate them to our ...
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Mysql general query log tool to play back queries in time?

I am trying to reproduce production activity in time for benchmarking purposes from the mysql general query log. I'd like to be able to use the date data from the log to reprduce the time intervals ...
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ID Badge Access System for Building with Active Directory Integration [closed]

I hope this is the right place for this question. So, we're looking into setting up a building access that uses badges or cards of some kind. I wanted to ask the users on here if they've had to do ...
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Problem in accessing port 81

How to make port 81 accessible thro' url like http://192.168.1.100:81/ , rite now if i run given url in my browser (client , different machine) then i get error "Couldn' connect to server" "Request ...
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What are most servers configured with?

I know this is a general question, but I want to make sure I don't forget anything important. I'm trying to make a Mac server like MAMP or XAMPP, but I'm not sure what I should compile. MAMP and XAMPP ...
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How does Windows Remote Desktop Connection Work?

How does Windows Remote Desktop connection work? An IP address is used to connect to the computer but....how can that IP be accessed from anywhere? If, for example, the IP address is 128.10.10.10, ...
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What is a 'best practice' backup plan for a website?

I have a website which is very large and has a large user-base. I am trying to think of a 'best practice' way to create a back up or mirror website, so if something happens on domain.com, I can ...
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Is exponential growth of computing power still valid for desktop computers?

Is exponential growth of desktop computing power not valid anymore? Today, it looks more like a logarithmic growth. For example, at the beginning of 1990th a typical desktop CPU was 20..50 MIPS ...
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watch divx on linux CentOS-5.4 [closed]

The question itselft tells a lot, can anybody tell me how or point me to the right tutorial? thank you