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Dec
22
revised Centos server disk usage not matched?
just realized another reason it may be wrong
Dec
22
comment Centos server disk usage not matched?
No probs. btw. i just realized, yet another explanation may be, you're doing it wrong ... see the answer
Dec
21
comment Performance: mysql socket vs. mysql remote
no problem. its per fpm worker. (well one worker can make more connections, but that's usually not the case)
Dec
21
comment lm_sensors reports wrong temperature on Supermicro X8DT3?
well as the message says, you got unknown cpu cpu for your kernel. probably too new. you can try newer kernel (if such exists for your distro)
Dec
21
answered Centos server disk usage not matched?
Dec
20
answered Performance: mysql socket vs. mysql remote
Dec
20
comment lm_sensors reports wrong temperature on Supermicro X8DT3?
try just loading coretemp manualy. just modprobe coretemp ... and if nothing shows up in sensors take a look at `dmesg.
Dec
20
answered Benchmarking disk performance on large-memory systems
Dec
20
comment Can I stream a Windows App from a Linux server?
I'd take a look at Xrdp and Wine. Those two could do what you need. Really depends on what app you have ...
Dec
20
answered Determine the motherboard/chipset type on FreeBSD box
Dec
20
answered lm_sensors reports wrong temperature on Supermicro X8DT3?
Dec
20
comment Distributing SQL Server on Internet regarding security issue
I can't edit yet, but please add tag sql-server and specify what kind of sql server are you talking in the topic. it's hard to find in the question at first glance.
Dec
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
19
answered Disk IOPS count in GNU/Linux
Dec
19
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
19
comment Can I use SATA discs as a hot swap discs
well, actually hotswap is rather a function of a standard (protocol+electrical specification) than controller ... both SATA and SAS standards do support HotSwap, and pretty much all SATA/SAS raid controllers support it as well (most desktop SATA controllers can mange hotswapped drives too). and while it is possible even on IDE drives, it is not the best idea to use (because it's not electrically designed to be hotswapped) ...
Dec
18
answered Determine the right my.cnf file to tune
Dec
18
comment Apache getting DDoS
Does not have to be necessarily true in every case. Quite depends on the nature of the DDoS/traffic. Paying an ISP for DDoS mitigation where you can help yourself is ... well getting a plastic surgery for a broken nail.
Dec
18
comment lvm over two raid1's - one slow, one fast. What will happen?
Do you really need this kind of data management for root partition? If you need such speed from root, then what you describe seems as a good idea ... but then, there's no point in using ZFS. It all depends on what do you want to store on those drives and/or how do you use the computer.
Dec
18
answered lvm over two raid1's - one slow, one fast. What will happen?