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Best way to go for this kind of situation is NodeJS and Socket.IO on both clients and server, since it can handle a large amount of connections and can push to/from all clients. It also handles reconnections in case of network failures. https://nodejs.org/en/ http://socket.io/ If you want more info and code samples, ask on StackOverflow (but there are ...
A user created a chart showing the various options that are different between the free and paid versions of Xenserver. From the chart, updating through Xencenter is available in the free version. See discussion here: Citrix forum And chart here: Chart:
I used WSUS to get the list of updates in one folder, then used Batchpatch to generate a multiple install batch of ALL of them WITHOUT any intervention. Set it and forget it and when it finihes, reboot. NICE.. NO MORE SVCHOST pegging out the CPU at 100% so installing takes an eternity!
Solution is simple. You can create a backup dir /var/opt/gitlab/backups and set correct owner and group to it. sudo mkdir /var/opt/gitlab/backups sudo chown git:root /var/opt/gitlab/backups After that run update. sudo yum install gitlab-ce install not update, see the doc
You would use yum list updates for that. It will only show latest available versions of packages that can be upgraded. There is no particular order of the output. If you would like to upgrade a package to a specific version, you can check which versions are present in the repository using the following command: yum list --showduplicates <packagename> ...
If you are deploying this as a Computer Policy, you need to make sure that "Domain Computers" has access to the share that these files are on. You can test this by running psexec -s -I cmd.exe and running your command again. This will give you an interactive command prompt as the system user, which is the same context that the computer GPO would process ...
Yes, updating through XenCenter is one of the features of the paid edition. On the free edition you need to apply them from the command line, the correct procedure is explained on the patch notification page (see here for an example). The shortened and generic version of what needs to be to install hotfixes done, copied from that page: Download the update ...
In my experience, RH updates will create files if they don't exist, but won't overwrite them if they do. On my servers, if I want not to use a default file, instead of removing it I truncate it to zero length, and updates then don't touch it: [me@lory ~]$ ls -la /etc/httpd/conf.d/ [...] -r--r--r--. 1 root root 0 May 31 2009 wordpress.conf ...
I had the same error and had realized how my mistake happened, repaired the issue, but still got the error. I'd basically already done everything on this thread as well, but the problem persisted. I've fixed it now and wanted to share my solution. Symptom: El5 versions attempt to install on CentOS 6 and are listed under rpm -qa Original Cause: When ...
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