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Apr
28
answered How auto configure or mirror my dev Ubuntu installation onto other dev machines?
Apr
13
comment SSH tunnel to a postgres database
The psql command accepts -p to change the port. psql -p 5433 -h ....
Apr
12
comment How to using mod_rewrite under HTTPS
Is there anything in the error log?
Apr
11
comment What are the basics of running a Web Server?
That's a good start. One thing you didn't cover is repeat-ability. At some point you'll grow beyond the current setup. Are your directions for setting up the environment repeatable? Better yet, are they automated? Are you saving all of the source packages so you can recreate the environment, or are you relying on external repositories? How will you know when it's time to upgrade? Are you tracking the proper metrics? How are you reporting on them?
Mar
28
answered Running arbitrary program as daemon from init script
Mar
21
answered Ubuntu - How can I see what an IP is doing in my server?
Mar
7
comment apache trailing slash redirect to https
Please add the output from: curl -I domain.tld/foldername
Mar
6
answered Can't rebuild RAID 5 Array
Mar
4
answered How to move the MySQL datadir with minimal downtime?
Feb
25
comment Does the additional load on UPS in case of grid failure amount to 100%?
It's interesting to hear your real world experiences on this. I would have thought the differences to be greater given the efficiency curves I've seen for the power supplies today. Maybe I'll get a chance to get some real data on this soon. Hopefully I'll be able to post our findings.
Feb
25
comment Does the additional load on UPS in case of grid failure amount to 100%?
The NEC says that you shouldn't load up a circuit over 80% capacity. APC PDUs have an audible alarm if you hit this threshold. Also note that power supplies are not 100% efficient. Loading to 45% per circuit would likely be acceptable given that one PSU will get powered off in a failure. The second circuit would then likely be loaded to 80% due to fewer losses in the PSUs.
Feb
22
answered Using RAID1 to assist in offsite backups
Feb
21
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Feb
21
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Feb
15
answered How long a DNS timeout is cached for?
Feb
11
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Feb
7
answered Distributed image storing/serving on a budget
Feb
6
comment Apache bottle neck
Try setting your StartServers to 150 (equal to max clients).
Feb
4
answered How to solve IP conflicts on local server?
Jan
31
answered Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?