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Some of the considerations: Mail limits on other email systems, not everyone likes receiving 150MB attachments. Bounces will annoy YOUR users (and consume their quota, if any), and generate calls. Any mailbox size quotas you have in place. Large attachments make hitting them a LOT easier. Large-attachment virus scanning overhead. If your mailer is ...


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Duplex is a bit of a misnomer in Gigabit Ethernet as there are not separate send and receive channels like in 10Mb or 100Mb Ethernet. In the lower speeds 2 wires are used to send, and 2 to receive. The other 4 wires aren't used at all (for data anyway). In Gigabit Ethernet all 4 pairs are used to send and receive. It uses a 2 of 5 trellis coding: For ...


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I have a 10MB attachment limit set on my Exchange server for the following reasons. First of all, those huge 20MB PowerPoint presentations that people send around are taking up space on my server which would be better placed on a network drive/in SharePoint (this isn't necessarily an issue if your mail server only delivers mail rather than storing it too). ...


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The number of files in a directory is limited primarily by the maximum file size, divided by the size of a directory entry. As the maximum file size is in the terabytes range, there is no practical limit on a directory size. Depending on what ext3 features you use, performance may degenerate as the directory grows larger. There is a limit of 32000 ...


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Market segmentation. There might be technical reasons, but the existence of these technical reasons is again a consequence of this segmentation.


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I'm not sure why you'd want to do this. SharePoint recommends a file size limitation of 50MB, you are already at twice that. The reason is that, even though SQL can handle up to 2GB, it's very taxing on the SQL server and negatively affects performance. You only want to store documents on SharePoint, not executables or other files. It's not designed to ...


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If you are meaning for incoming mail and/or internal, then space is the only real factor unless there are store size problems with your mail system (if you specify what mail system you are using people may be able to give you specific hints there) - though make sure your users know there are often better ways to distribute large content and make sure you ...


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In short... your application is doing too much heavy lifting. There are a HUGE number of reasons why this could be... and even more ways to try & debug it. Unfortunately, there is not 1 universal tool for finding the saggy bits. Most of the tools for doing this are platform specific... (not just OS specific, but language & framework specific) ...


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Are you asking how many computers you can have forwarding their syslog data to a freebsd machine? Or do you actually mean you want multiple syslog daemons running on that server, for some very unusual reason? In either case the answer is probably 'it depends'. How much syslog entries would be added per minute, day, other. How fast are your drives, how ...


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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/466521/how-many-files-in-a-directory-is-too-many


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Are you asking if there is a limit to the number of servers you can list in /etc/syslog.conf using @server? I took a look at the sysklogd source code which was taken from BSD sources. It may have diverged but the basic implementation is probably the same. Each non-comment, non-blank line, including @server, is converted into a structure and added to a ...


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Schemas are just objects in the databases so they fall under the maximum objects counters which have a limit of 2,147,483,647. It'll be the same for all editions of the engine.


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visit wiki link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext4 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ext3


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I solved the problem.. #!/bin/bash # Export some ENV variables so you don't have to type anything export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID="accesskey" export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY="secretaccesskey" export PASSPHRASE="password" SOURCE=/home/ DEST=s3+http://s3bucket GPG_KEY="gpgkey" # Generate a filelist of excluded files over 100MB find $SOURCE -size +100M > ...


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The memory limit is independent of the POST size you upload files. The uploaded files will be parsed directly by PHP and put in a temp folder. The upload_max_filesize must be 100M and your post_max_size must be 100M + the overhead of the multipart encoding. The overhead is low as it is binary encoded with a boundary. Even with 101MB it will work. Now, it ...


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As Graeme pointed out, there's another good post on that here. I'm unsure if your subdomains are setup as new sites or new site bindings, but either way IIS supports into the thousands of sites and bindings. A new site will have some memory overhead, but it's very minor. For .NET it's somewhere around 15-50mb of additional overhead for a new app pool plus ...


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It's a function of the chipset. The chipset will dictate the max RAM. From desktops, servers to laptops, it's all about the chipset. Most newer laptops max out around 8GB. I imagine only a handful of top laptops can support 16GB.


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Like Brad mentions you can easily connect most Access Points and even consumer Routers to switches and get them to act as simple Access Points. In many cases buying a consumer router and even flashing it with DD-WRT will be much cheaper than buying a specific "Access Point" device and offers much more power and functionality. So to scale your solution like ...


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There is nothing to baffle- instead of testing, reading would have been enough. 1Gbit is per Definition full Duplex, i.e. send and receive at same time.



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