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answered kvm error: Cannot find suitable CPU model for given data
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comment Windows guest on KVM/Qemu suffers horrible key lag
This lag was so annoying.... Thank you for the solution!!! I'd give you +100 if I could.
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comment MariaDB how to handle 2/3 node failure in multi master cluster.
Offline; if a node fails, it's completely removed from the cluster. This is a STONITH technique: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STONITH
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comment pip won't upgrade awscli
This seems to be the solution for anything that throws that kind of an error.
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comment Unknown/unsupported storage engine: InnoDB | MySQL Ubuntu
I'm pretty sure he means remove. Either way his solution worked for me.
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comment Amazon SES: Creating verified email address without inbox
@Chida, not really. You can setup a postfix server with HA in ~30 mins; shorter if you have chef. cloudwatch I havent worked with, so cant speak for that. I use SES now, but for high volume emails (75k a day). Which is why I'm saying its overkill.
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comment Amazon SES: Creating verified email address without inbox
You do not need SES for something like this.... It's over kill.
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comment Standard location for storing shared apache2 configs
there really isnt a standard; on RHEL it's different, Debian it's different. I usually just throw them in conf.d. On a debian system it'd be sites-enabled; on RHEL it'd be conf.d.
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comment Standard location for storing shared apache2 configs
You do know that you can create your own location with apache Include directive? You can use sites-available or sites-enabled or conf.d or make your own location.
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comment how many decibels of noise will an Intel R1000BB generate?
Since this is an enterprise class server it's most likely > 80db which means its going to be obnoxious to have in your house. I have yet to see a 'quiet' 1/2/4U server.
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answered MariaDB how to handle 2/3 node failure in multi master cluster.
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