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Jan
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reviewed Reviewed ubuntu upstart - how to set global nofile limit?
Jan
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revised ubuntu upstart - how to set global nofile limit?
Describe outside links (which may go away) and the restated issue more clearly.
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed Can't run two separated sites under the same NGINX server
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed Reject Upload everything with Knife
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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comment OS X Lion machines will continually query Active Directory 2008 for every user in the directory
I would look at two things. 1. Look carefully at the ldap query and filters on the client side. Experiment. 2. See if any job is running on the OS X systems that requires user information. Try to track the LDAP query down to the requesting service.
Apr
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comment Wordpress blog hacked
Wordpress blogs are just that, blogs, not entire servers.
Jan
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revised Warning for “Reallocated Event Count” S.M.A.R.T. attribute with a new/unused drive. How serious is that?
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Nov
16
comment How do you backup 40+ Centos5.5 servers?
This link might be more helpful: linuxinsider.com/story/74056.html
Nov
16
comment How do you backup 40+ Centos5.5 servers?
This might be possible with Clonezilla, a PXE server and some creative scripting. This link has some details, but is not exactly the process you are looking for. The key to good boot image creation is that it can't be live, it has to be static. openlogic.com/wazi/bid/188051/…
Nov
16
comment How do you backup 40+ Centos5.5 servers?
Restore consists of replacing bad disks, booting the G4L or Clonezille and restoring the image. Then you have to catch up on any updates made since then, but at that point you have a working system, with a working backup/restore client installed, such as NetBackup.
Nov
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comment How do you backup 40+ Centos5.5 servers?
Connected storage can be USB or Ethernet. Image backup consists of a server shutdown, booting the G4L or Clonezilla USB or CD, identifying the source disks (or partitions) and identifying the destination (USB Drive or file server), and go. The learning curve is pretty short.
Nov
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answered How do you backup 40+ Centos5.5 servers?
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