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Apache2 and PHP

I'm new installing/configuring apache2 and php. Here's what I've done thus far, along with my current server set up. I'm very familiar with Solaris/Sun OS. Solaris 10, PHP version is 5.3.26, Apache ...
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CPU utilization is low but swapped out processes and blocked processes is high

We're facing intermittent periods of 100% CPU utilization. Server Configuration:HP DL580 G7 (4 Processor with 8 cores each; 128GB memory.) Operating System: Solaris 10_x86 update 9 Application: ...
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sendmail queues to /var/spool/clientmqueue and never sends

This is a continuation of my previous question here. The troubleshooting has gotten me a little further, and I think I'm facing a new set of problems now. Originally, I found out that sendmail ...
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Performance issue with JVM (1.6.0_22) invoking OS command on Solaris 10

My high-level problem is my build tool (Maven) which became suddenly very slow on a Solaris 10 environment. A build which was taking 8 minutes now takes 50 minutes. I narrowed this problem down to a ...
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Looking for a USB GSM modem, compatible with Solaris 10 (sparc)

Seven months on SF, and my first question. I do hope someone has an answer, as I'm at my wits' end. I have a Nokia 6310i connected via RS232 cable to a Solaris 10 system, for sending SMS messages ...
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Strong Cryptography in Solaris Zone

I'm trying to setup a Kerberos KDC on a Solaris zone but ran into a bit of a problem with the Cryptographic Framework on Solaris 10 even though the packages for strong encryption (SUNWcry & ...
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On Solaris, what is a terse way to get the fully qualified domain name (fqdn) for the current host

When I want the fully qualified domain name on Linux, I can write ... hostname --fqdn To get the same thing on Solaris, is it necessary to write ... cut -f 2-3 /etc/hosts | grep ^`hostname`\t | ...
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solaris 10 and windows shares

Currently I have windows only environment with multiple servers and some server access shared directories in other servers like this \server1\sharedir1 (win server) \server2\sharedir2 (win server) ...