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Load balancing SDSL + ADSL with Zyxel USG-100

I have a Zyxel gateway/firewall, and two Internet connections : SDSL (4MB up, 4MB down) and ADSL (15MB down, 1MB up). I'm trying to configure my Zyxel to use the two connections, and to use the SDSL ...
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How to diagnose Tomcat 6 suddenly stop responding?

I run a number of tomcat instances and occasionally some just stop reponding to requests - timeout on every connection. I'm using AJP with mod_proxy in Apache 2.2. I get a timeout via Apache/AJP ...
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How to verify power provided to processors is clean

Once in a blue moon, I am seeing a blue screen of death on a shiny new Dell R7610 with a single 1100 Watt Dell-provided power supply on a beefy UPS. BCode is 101 (A clock interrupt was not ...
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How do I keep Centos at version 6.3?

I have the following: Bunch of guest VM's that are running Centos 6.3 Host running Centos 6.3. Recently I created a new Centos 6.3 VM to test out something Ran yum update after a fresh ...
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Stress (Linux) Settings, Expectations, and Questions [closed]

Just got some new Cores and RAM in last week, wamnted to stress test them and see if they were any good. Unfortunately I couldn't find any real resources on how to do this without an OD so I fired up ...
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Power surge protection on office LAN, medium-small scale [closed]

I've got an office LAN setup with about 15 computers, which is due to expand to 30 before long. Each computer is on its own voltage stabilizer and UPS. I live in a place with horrible, substandard, ...
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Application “not supported” in a VM?

We bought some software from a small'ish company, it's a Windows 32-bit video content workflow manager, there's been some customisation by them. We've been working fine for over a year running this ...
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How to protect Ubuntu 10.04 in the face of power cycling?

Disclaimer: I am no Linux guru. I would describe my competency in linux as "passing" at best, meaning I'm comfortable using the command line, but still rely very heavily on the man pages/forums to ...
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Multiple IP addresses vs. Reverse Proxy / Apache Rewriting

We're a small business and trying to decide on the best architecture for our internal boxes. We have some dev, production and staging environments. All of them are publicly accessible (but of course ...
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Error while loading shared libraries /lib/libsepl.so.1: cannot read file data

I've created quite a predicament with my desktop installation and would prefer to be able to salvage it instead of having to reformat/re-install Ubuntu. Quite a lot happened and here's my best ...
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Ways to convince management of a high cost

new here, greetings and such. My problem is relatively simple, but the situation is a tad odd. Currently, I have just been hired on to improve (essentially fix) a server room for a health care ...
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What are the risks of leaving an RDP session open to a Producton app or SQL server?

Sometimes we have support and maintenance people logged into our Production apps and SQL Server all day long, sometimes hopping in and out to run SQL various queries. However this question isn't about ...
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Any technical reasons for avoiding GUI on 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2?

I am new at setting up servers. I can see people reaching for console-only installations of web and SQL servers. I realize that low-quality graphics drivers and the simple fact that graphics driver ...
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Stability, x86 Vs Sparc

Our project are plan to migrate from Sparc to x86, and our HA requirement is 99.99%, previous on Sparc, we assume the hardware stability would like, hardware failure every 4 month or even one year, ...