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I migrate my app from digitalocean to linode, very thing work well, I think the reason is digitaloccean close "intel vt" in its server.


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Finally, I find it's because ssh session forwardingx11 failed, when i run ssh -vvv -Y root@myhost, it will show: X11 forwarding request failed on channel 0 The solution is this


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You are trying to solve the wrong problem. You need to go looking for printers that have built in PCL support without the need for a windows driver. The easiest way to test is to attempt using the HP4 or 5 or 6 PCL driver and either you'll get a nice looking test page or scrambled eggs.


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virsh destroy guaji virsh start guaji This should get the VM up if there are no configuration or hardware problems


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You want the public bridge option. On your OpenSUSE KVM host the IP address moves from the physical NIC to the bridge interface and keeps it accessible on your 192.168.88.0/24 network and your Debian guest virtual NIC is connected through the bridge which also makes it attached to the same local network. Using the NAT default means your Debian guest is ...


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If you're still looking into this, perhaps Xen Orchestra (running on XenServer) might be of interest: https://blog.xenproject.org/2014/09/08/xen-docker-made-for-each-other/


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Ideally Virtual PC performance is at: CPU: 96-97% of host Network: 70-90% of host Disk: 40-70% of host


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Lock files are stored here in /var/lib/vz/lock/. Any chance this directory is not writable/missing ?


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Thanks to joeqwerty who helped get me pointed in the right direction. The problem was twofold, the ASA was not correctly creating ARP entries dynamically. We got that squared away, but then found that we also had a VLAN problem.


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I've setup a reproducible gist for this here. It's setup at github using permalinks, and I keep it up to date when contacted with good changes, so it shouldn't be going anywhere anytime soon. First, a diagram of what you wish to accomplish: +------------------------------+ | Host | +----------+ | ...


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As soon as you can ping the ESX server from the Netapp, you should be able to configure NFS. I'd start by validating that the network is correctly configured on the Netapp. What does an ifconfig -a show you? What about rdfile /etc/rc? Your IP address on the NAS can be bound to a physical interface or an interface group with the ifconfig command. The ifgrp ...


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Yes ZFS snapshoting works well for that, with no performance penalty for adding them as you please. (also easy to replicate for backup, etc) However there isn't any coordination with vmware though so you do need to remove and re-add them to the inventory manually when you revert snapshots. Whether it is a particularly good solution for you depends very much ...


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ewwhite's answer is correct, but just to expand a bit more or the performance penalty, consider the following scenario: You create a VM. A virtual read from the vmdk takes one physical disk read of the same size. Fairly straightforward. Now imagine you take a snapshot of the VM. Now, for every virtual read, you're going to incur 2 physical reads, one from ...


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Yes, there are performance implications for long-running snapshots. There are even greater implications for consolidating delta VMDKs back to the original disk file. This can cause unresponsiveness in your VM's operating system or other undesirable behavior. VMware has templating and cloning functionality built into vCenter. You need a $600 vSphere ...


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Thanks for the suggestions. I was able to fix the problem. Basically what I did was to clean the metadata with ntdsutil and seized the roles on the Windows 2003 DC. clean metadata: http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/616-remove-a-failed-domain-controller-from-a-windows-2003-domain seize roles: ...


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It turns out that HWADDR does not get set automatically. It's only in ifcfg-XXX so you can tie a particular network configuration to a particular card. If you only have one interface, HWADDR is not needed in ifcfg-XXX


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The other answered provided do not address your question, I've identified the correct command to rescan an already connected disk. We must rescan your already connected disk, first identify which disk you want to rescan. ls /sys/class/scsi_disk/ In my example, I see a symlink named 0:0:0:0, so we rescan this scsi-disk. echo '1' > ...


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This doesn't sound like an ideal application for Git. Git isn't oriented toward storing large binary files. You might look at the git-annex project, which uses Git for version control of binary files, but doesn't actually store the binaries in Git. If you're just talking about dynamically swapping a hierarchy of directories and files you could do this ...


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I had the same issue as B14D3 using the same version of Xenserver and VMs with Centos 6 and 7. I need to resize the file system using gparted, to accomplish that I need to boot from the live dvd. I can't find the "Start in recovery mode" as referenced on the answer above. I guess it only works with Ubuntu or another OS. I've found the solution for this ...



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