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High load without high CPU usage is generally down to I/O, and mostly down to block devices (hard disks). Now, your programs may read/write heavily onto block device because they are not optimized, or because there's not enough memory in your system. You can use cli program 'free' to see your memory consumption: % free -otm total used ...


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It has been my experience that WIn7 isn't willing (out of the box as it where) to connect with samba shares. It you are using samba as a domain controller, you are forced to change certain registry keys. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicesLanmanWorkstationParameters: "DomainCompatibilityMode" = 1 "DNSNameResolutionRequired" = 0 ...


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Try to access the share by using IP address instead of the hostname: \\192.168.55.55 Depending on what does your DNS and DHCP, your windows machine could be missing the DNS records for your RHEL5 box.


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I don't think you should rely on the HP IML log alone. Not everything is reported there, and the log can be cleared. I don't look at it as an authoritative source of system health status. Plus items get marked as repaired, depending on the event. If you need a comparison of what a busy EL5 system's IML log should look like, see this pastebin. But most of my ...


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You need to download bash-3.2-33.el5_11.4.i386 (or find it at any other alternative location) follow by: yum remove bash yum localinstall bash


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If you are capturing packets on the server then you might see TCP sending out larger segments than the MTU. The packets on the wire , however, will be MTU size only. You can verify this by capturing on a network device (switch) etc. Alternatively capturing packets on the remote (client) machine will reveal that each packet is <= MTU . This behaviour is ...



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