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Apr
29
comment php5 fpm consuming lot of CPU
Hello and welcome to SF. At the moment your question is quite vague. There are too many possible answers. Please try to investigate a bit more. Tell us more about your scripts (what is it, what does it do, is your load high even with very simple script - like hello world - , what is the response time on it). Also some information on what does the load actually look like (header of top command + few php lines). Then it might be easier to come up with an answer, or with more questions for you to investigate.
Apr
29
comment CDN - find the source IP
This Q really looks like an offtopic, since business case for such thing is not clear and you failed to provide one when asked. Smells blackhat ... Unfortunate first question. Sorry.
Apr
29
answered CDN - find the source IP
Apr
29
comment What is a core, and will purchasing more cores for my VPS speed up page load times?
@JasonWeber you are most welcome. Hope you get your stuff resolved soon. And yes, VPSs are PCs as well, so similar principles apply. You just need to keep in mind, there are no silver bullets, you have to know what you are adding and why. Otherwise the effect is always uncertain.
Apr
28
comment “Turbo-timer” for safely shutting down after powerout
Ok, i was going to suggest cutting the powerbutton wiring. But yeah, bypassing the circuit breaker won't do :D
Apr
28
answered What is a core, and will purchasing more cores for my VPS speed up page load times?
Apr
28
comment “Turbo-timer” for safely shutting down after powerout
btw. do they pull the plug, or just use the button?
Apr
28
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Apr
28
answered “Turbo-timer” for safely shutting down after powerout
Apr
28
comment IPTABLES -L OPTION NOT SHOWING SNAT RULE
@Samir Sure. There are 5 tables (filter,nat,mangle,raw,security). You call iptables -L -t table for each. ;-)
Apr
27
comment MySQL intermittently fails to come up when data directory is configured on SAN via iSCSI
Can you please show the fstab entry used to mount the filesystem? And is it mounted after reboot?
Apr
27
answered IPTABLES -L OPTION NOT SHOWING SNAT RULE
Apr
26
answered I need to perform a kernel upgrade on a live system. Best practices?
Apr
25
comment Route Traffic For Specific IP Range Through Specific Network Interface
Your routing table is set up correctly. This looks like the routes has been already set up by just adding the IPs from those subnets on correct interfaces. Perhaps there is a different issue with your setup?
Apr
25
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Apr
24
comment Add a second bridge to a virtual machine
First shot: your VM gets added to a wrong bridge. I presume there were no changes done to the VM yet. Can you confirm by brctl show that the VM's interface is really in the correct bridge?
Apr
24
comment Add a second bridge to a virtual machine
Maybe the description is a bit misleading. Provided configuration is from the host, or the guest?
Apr
24
comment Add a second bridge to a virtual machine
Why bridges in the virtual machine? I understand why on the physical host, but not in VM. Especially if those are single-port bridges.
Apr
24
comment Initial rdiff-backup on slow connection / large data (Could performing an rsync before help?)
@gorn does it work for you like this? If not, feel free to edit/suggest...
Apr
24
revised Initial rdiff-backup on slow connection / large data (Could performing an rsync before help?)
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