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Migrating groundwork enterprise to a new server

I am trying to migrate groundwork enterprise to a new server. I have installed same version of groundwork in the new server and copied the /usr/local/groundwork/nagios/etc folder to the new server. ...
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Need help configuring NAT

First of all, the router I am using is a Cisco WRVS4400N. My company runs a software which handles the MySQL database of all of their products. The software now has an e-commerce module, so I have ...
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Issue TLS without cname

The person that issues TLS certs is telling me he needs the CName of my server to issue a cert after I just gave him the IP address of the webserver. It's an internal project so we didn't get a domain ...
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DNS with name.com and Amazon S3

I have a website on a bucket in Amazon S3, and recently started to get emails from Google "Googlebot can't access your site". When I go to Webmaster Tools and I try to fetch in fact it doesn't work. ...
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clonehd takes 2 hours for a 100GB disk. Expected?

I have a VirtualBox image using VDI and flexible size. Right now the physical DVI file 94GB. The host is an Ubuntu server and the guest is a CentOS 6.4 with ext4 partition. The host is using a sata ...
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Can we install one printer that prints to different printers depending on which location/office an employee is in?

Hopefully, I'm describing this sufficiently, but let me know if there's any additional context I can provide. I work for a non-profit that has 13 different physical office locations. Each location has ...
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NAS Drive: “Size on disk” about 1000x “size”

I have a NAS drive that is about 12.5 TB (Raid 6). One of the things that it contains is a large amount of photos that I just finished reorganizing. When I was taking a look at the folder properties, ...
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1answer
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Unable to mount cifs in redhat 6

I am relatively new to Linux, and I am trying to mount a CIFS filesystem from an openfiler instance I have on my network in Red Hat. The openfiler instance is authenticating using AD. I am able to ...
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1answer
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Powershell - Set-ClusteredScheduledTask - Error “Incorrect function.”

I'm experimenting with Powershell to add a ClusteredScheduledTask on a clustered server (Win 2012/R2) Technet sample code gives error: #canned exampled from ...
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outlook cannot connect to exchange2013

I have installed exchange 2013 on standalone 2008 R2 server without any error, but when I try to connect from client computer with win8, to my mailbox I got the following error: "Cannot start ...
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0answers
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VMWare two vSwitches Guests can't communicate between them

I have some servers in this configuration: And I am not able, from VMGuest1, to ping either VMGuest3 or VMGuest4. I can, however, ping Host1 and Host2, which are attached to pSwitch1. The behavior ...
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Can servers be “copied”?

My company needs to setup a development server and we already have 2 production servers working under a L4 switch. One of the solutions to setup the dev server was to simple copy all files from one ...
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Forms Authentication session ends after surpassing ELB idle timeout

We just migrated to Beanstalk, and our users are reporting issues being logged out when they go idle for a minute or longer. Our ELB idle timeout is 60s, IIS default keep-alive timeout is 120s, and ...
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0answers
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Samsung 850 Pro Disk errors

Just received 2x Samsung 850 Pro 512GB SSD drives and set them up in a server and installed Centos 6.5. I am now getting some disk errors in dmesg: [ 2653.897386] ata2.00: exception Emask 0x10 ...
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Nginx selects incorrect virtual server

I'm trying to configure nginx to respond to non-SSL and SSL requests to: Default server (e.g. http[s]://nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn/) Virtual server host37 (http[s]://host37.weirdmasters.com/) Virtual server ...
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0answers
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How to get the Host value inside ~/.ssh/config

Within a ~/.ssh/config or ssh_config file, %h will give you the HostName value, but how do you get the Host ("alias") value? Why would I want to do that? Well, here's an example Host ...
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locate mail queue on apache/debian

If I execute mailq I get a long list of queued emails. And I would like to remove all. But: - the superpost command does not work (postfix not installed?) - I read that I can delete manualy in ...
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1answer
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Override PHP options with .htaccess, DSO works (suPHP doesn't)

I am using .htaccess in a sub directory as below: php_value apc.cache_by_default 0 But this throws an error, if i use DSO, then it works. I understand with suPHP I have to ovveride with a php.ini ...
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1answer
10 views

How to troubleshooting wireless network issue with ip-network falling periodically?

All wireless clients some times a day can't see anybody in the network: no AP (ping or web-interface), no Internet-access, no each other, but Wi-Fi signal is ok for them. In the same time ...
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0answers
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Tomcat aplication status shows AJP threads busy for long time

We are running a JEE application inside a Tomcat 7 container on a machine with Windows SO. Sometimes, the application response time become really bad and a little after that app freezes and a tomcat ...
0
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0answers
8 views

PHP only processing 1 request/execution at a time [duplicate]

I recently installed nginx and PHP to a windows server I want to use as webhosting. My problem is that I have a script that takes a very long time to run when a user executes it (1-2 mins), and it ...
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0answers
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Is there a way to get current txqueue utilization on e.g. eth0 or tun device?

I have detected drops on my tun0 interface. They seem to have been caused by low txqueuelen setting. Now as I increased the txqueuelen value for the network device and there are no more drops yet - ...
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0answers
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Squid limit all user to 128kbit/s

I have a very odd behaviour with my squid server. It limits every client to a bitrate of exactly 3,2 Mbit/s... To troubleshoot it, I've tried to set the bitrate limit to unlimited and to 128kbit/s ...
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1answer
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Amazon Security Groups: Change Inbound SSH Port

How can I change the Inbound SSH Port on my Amazon Security Group? When adding a new rule for SSH, the Port defaults to 22 and cannot be edited. Is this possible? Please note: This question is ...
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How do I bind Isilon clusters to dsee7 using ldaps?

It's trivial to make the Isilon talk to my ldap servers unencrypted but I'm mostly clueless regarding the Bind To: and password fields. We're using TLS to secure LDAP on the Linux clients . . . not ...
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0answers
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JVM process resident set size “equals” max heap size, not current heap size

After a few reading about jvm memory (here, here, here, others I forgot...), I am expecting the resident set size of my java process to be roughly equal to the current heap space capacity. That's not ...
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0answers
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automated bug reporting tool always says “invalid password or login” [migrated]

Every time I get an ABRT bug in Fedora 20 and I try to report it, I have to enter my BZ login/PW again. How do I setup ABRT so that it saves my ID/PW and/or just logs in and reports my bugs when I ...
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1answer
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Connection failed between Windows Servers

I'm setting up an infrastructure based on Windows Server 2012. The firewall is turned off and I can't access the Domain controller to check for the group policy. I'm experiencing some connection ...
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Java: very slow tomcat and too big war file

I created some sort of RESTful API backend for a mobile app. It's written completely in Java using Jersey as Framework. At the moment no database is used, it's all in the memory, but this is no ...
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0answers
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iptables: Packet not being matched by neither INPUT nor FORWARD

How can it be, that a packet that gets matched by a mangle PREROUTING does not get matched by neither filter INPUT nor filter FORWARD? From this diagram ...
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Update OpenSSL in CentOS release 5.1 [on hold]

I want to upgrade to a stable version of OpenSSL on my Centos 5.1 but I do not want to affect other services to upgrade, which would you recommend? Centos 5.1 x86_64 GNU/Linux with OpenSSL ...
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Configuring Redhat / CentOS 5 SSH to authenticate to IPA server with public keys

I'm trying to configure some Red Hat/CentOS servers to use an ipa-server on CentOS 6 for SSH authentication with public keys. I'm storing the public keys on the IPA server, which works great on ...
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Explorer.exe not starting after changing local appdata path

Yesterday i changed the path of my local appdata since i was running low on space C:// because of my small ssd. today i tryed to open a folder and an error came up that it cant open the path (same as ...
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1answer
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How to get reverse DNS to work for multiple IPs and domains on Windows Server EC2 instance?

I have a EC2 instance setup running hMailServer. I have a primary IP on the system that I am using for example1.com email. I would like to also add a second domain example2.com using a different IP ...
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Two identical VPS hosts with different ways of handling file names

I have CentOS 6.5 32 bit, 512 RAM, running Nginx, PHP-FPM, Mysql on two hosts. One for local dev, running inside a VirtualBox 4.3.12 and the other running online with digital ocean. Both of these ...
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0answers
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Determining which database instance makes biggest IO

Assuming that I have a dedicated server on which I am running multiple instances of mysql and postresql servers. How without iotop determine which instance in particular time (proc/pid/io shows data ...
0
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1answer
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Move bitlocked second drive to new system

I am to receive a new laptop, and i need to move my second physical drive to the new machine. The second drive is protected with bitlocker. I do not have admin privs on the current machine, so i ...
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1answer
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Cannot send email to info@ or support@

I am trying to send email from my gmail account to a couple user accounts I have on my new Centos server. The email is setup correctly and I can send receive from accounts ok except info and support. ...
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MySQL is processing (non-performed) queries from 2 days ago

I'm experiencing a very strange issue. 2 days ago, our MySQL server had fluctuations and various queries sent from our app couldn't be processed. Today, I'm seeing that these non-performed queries ...
1
vote
1answer
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Netcat UDP File Transfer Between Two Servers Times Out?

I'm testing file transfer speeds between two Red Hat servers that are connected to the same switch within the data center and I decided to use netcat to eliminate protocol overhead as much as ...
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1answer
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What do I need to consider when setting TCP idle timeouts?

What's purpose of having a [low] TCP idle timeouts? E.g., why have a 60 second timeout on a firewall or load-balancer? Is it a memory management or /performance optimization thing? Is there a security ...
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votes
0answers
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Xen Vif creation xl vs xm

Hi everyone, I switch my server from a xend/xm Xen install to a 4.1 xl Xen install. Therefore Xen does not create vif network interface when I launch xl create /etc/xen/my_server.cfg but does create ...
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2answers
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Debug unstable Apache server under Debian

Since yesterday my Apache server that runs on a Debian machine runs very unstable. Sometiems my websites load and sometimes not. I think it has to do with the memory since my Apache log is full of ...
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0answers
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Two IPv4 adapters in same PC on same network valid? [migrated]

Is it valid to have two network adapters on the same PC have the same network portion in their IPv4 address? If not why is my DHCP server doing so and how should I setup my DHCP server to have it ...
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votes
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Which method is quicker in accessing memory for virtual machine - NUMA or Dynamic Memory? [on hold]

I have Windows Server 2012 R2 with 32GB of RAM. Hyper-V with 2 virtual machines is installed. Each VM have assigned 8GB of RAM. I need to minimize the amount of time it takes for both virtual ...
4
votes
0answers
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Huge differences of performance of MySQL in two servers [migrated]

We have a MySQL server installed in two different machines, a testing server and a production server, both windows, which is used by a web application. The problem is that there are HUGE performance ...
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9 views

Configuring multiple domain in nginx in one file

I am still newbie configuring nginx. Is it posibble to configure multiple domain in one file and they share mostly the same config? For example I want to configure two domains that based from one ...
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0answers
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Staging nginx/rails via unix socket proxypass? [on hold]

I've followed this tutorial: http://blog.andolasoft.com/2013/06/how-to-configure-rails-application-with-puma-and-ngnix-on-centos.html And have my rails app running via my server ip on port 3000...if ...
1
vote
0answers
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OpenVPN TAP binding order issue

I am running a 64bit Windows 7/8 AD environment using OpenVPN on remote computers to access our network/servers in our main office. Typically, once we install OpenVPN on a new machine and configure ...
1
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Preemptively prevent down time and email issues

First of all, I apologize if this questions seems too generic. I searched this site and a few others and really did not get the answers I was looking for. Since migrating to a new virtual ...

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