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This looks like the right link to me.


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delete directory domains/$YOUR_DOMAIN/applications/j2ee-*/$YOUR_APPLICATION (thanks, chris_l) clean out domains/$YOUR_DOMAIN/generated/*/j2ee-*/$YOUR_APPLICATION remove all entries regarding $YOUR_APPLICATION from domains/$YOUR_DOMAIN/config/domain.xml (usually there are two records - one in domain>applications>web-module and one in ...


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Wget, Unison, Rsync or you could even try something with version control software. I use them all, depending on context. Wget is nice to mirror a web site via ftp, Unison is nice to spread modifications on the same data in different places (and let you refine the hierarchy between them), Rsync synchronises well between two places, and subversion is nice ...


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You might also have a look at wget, there are versions for several OS's. As I recall, it has a recursive mode that will allow you to mirror sites to your local machine.


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We use http://www.pingdom.com/ to monitor our company web-site. There is a free plan which allows you to monitor one 'item' (I say item because it is capable of monitoring many things) which can then send you an e-mail/text/etc alert if it was to go down.


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HTTrack will do what you want. EDIT: If you are having problems with the latest 3.4x version, you might want to try 3.33 which you can download here (or from a link at the bottom of the site's download page.) Sounds like there were some pretty big changes in 3.4x (I haven't had to use it for a while, and don't run Vista.) Here are some links into the ...


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Be careful! Multiple DNS servers mean "any of these servers can be queried for the domain information", not "if the first fails, try the next". You need something with a bit more intelligence. Unfortunately, there's no Free, Easy and Reliable way of doing it. If you happen to have a load balancer, it may be possible to configure it with a 'failure' page.


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The correct method is to use the cfgadm command to unconfigure the device before unplugging it. The ZFS Administration Guide has an example of this procedure (of course, you can ignore the ZFS steps if you're not using ZFS). Example from the guide pasted below: # zpool offline tank c1t3d0 # cfgadm | grep c1t3d0 sata1/3::dsk/c1t3d0 disk ...


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You need the parameter --no-host-directories or -nH, e.g. wget --user-agent="Googlebot/2.1 (+http://www.googlebot.com/bot.html)" --no-host-directories -r --convert-links -p -P "C:\www\public_html\myradio1" "http://www.compassfm.co.uk" From the manual: -nH --no-host-directories Disable generation of host-prefixed directories. By ...


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From the MBSA FAQ: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=76054


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Is you apache configured to listen on *:80, or specifically on the IP address bound to eth0 ? Check /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf Is your browser configured to use a proxy ? If you are not connected to the network then your browser will be unable to connect to the proxy, even to retrieve data from your local machine. You can probably work around this by ...


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If this is content available over RSS, you might consider using Google Reader with Google Gears for offline access.


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The short answer is execute the following sql: USE MASTER ALTER DATABASE <database_name> SET SINGLE_USER with rollback immediate See this SO question for further info / links


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You can't cancel the offline command: it will wait until it can od it's thing. You can KILL the offending connection though. You may be able to kill the ALTER DATABASE statement but IIRC it's already executed. If you restart SQL Server the DB will be offline too.


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What you're asking for is actually a function usually reserved for HA type setups (hardware load balancers, multiple servers, etc). To return a different DNS resolution, you would first have to identify that the service was unavailable. This can be done if you externally host your DNS with someone like ultradns and pay for their sitebacker service (it's ...


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A page containing downloads for all the .NET offline installers can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/net/download. It includes downloads for the full framework, client profile, x86, x64 and IA-64.


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Having a copy of the Exchange database (if that's what you mean) won't do you a lot of good as you'll need specialized, expensive tools to extract the email from the database. My suggestion would be to use exmerge to export the email from the Exchange database into pst files.


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The easiest way is to use pkgrecv to pull the package from a source repository to a local repository. IPS is a network package system so you can't currently install packages from a single file like you could with SVr4 datastreams. Last I heard (before the Oracle takeover) was that the pkg5 guys were working on an on-disk format but I don't think it got ...


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Would you be able to temporarily have an "intermediate server" where you could migrate to? Then Scott Vickrey's approach would work, you would just have to migrate it twice (once to the "intermediate" server, and then, after re-installation, to the destination machine)


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I have done a lot of digging and it looks like CMAK is what you want: generate the exe and have it auto executed by either MDT or unattend.XML. @Evan Anderson has said: You can use this tool to create a program to generate an EXE that automatically configures client computers with a "connection" to your VPN server. We typically deploy it onto client ...


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Have you tried simply deleting the application's directory domains/$YOUR_DOMAIN/applications/$YOUR_APPLICATION? Make a backup first!


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http://mon.itor.us/ http://site24x7.com/index.html or install zabbix/nagios


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Perhaps the server is either being slashdotted or has a DOS attack against it. What's likely happening, is that Apache is using up way too much RAM, and swapping like crazy. Once it starts swapping, it's in a spiral of death (Since every new request after it starts swapping with take an exponentially longer time to complete). The only way to save it is to ...


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I would setup a remote collection system (a simple snmp poller) that stores data remotely and can be contacted via http or ssh ... the central server would try to contact the remote service service at regular intervals. When it manages connect, it gets the updates that have been collected in the mean time ... Since rrdtool works well with timestamped ...


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You need some mechanism to store and forward. RRD has a rrdcached so maybe you could cache and then at certain times flush to a NFS mounted disk. You could also dump, send the files and restore. This may be safer than moving the entire file.


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You can stop WAMP by opening the service manager and stopping the "wampapache" service. You can open the service manager by going to Start->Run and typing services.msc.


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Dell 2330dn Restarting the printer's local/internal print server did the trick. Open the printer's Web interface goto: 1. Settings (Leftside menu) 2. Network/Ports 3. Reset Print Server


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Instead of restarting the computer try restarting the Print Spooler service. Check the event log on the laptop to see if an errors are being logged.



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