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Feb
28
reviewed No Action Needed Microsoft Exchange Calendar Security
Feb
28
reviewed No Action Needed iSCSI: Multiple initiators, single target, different LUNs
Feb
27
comment Cloning a server across architectures
@Hammand in best case, you will get the list of installed packages. All you configurations made by hand will be lost. Follow suggestion from EEAA and use something like puppet or chef to avoid the same pain in the future.
Feb
26
awarded  Critic
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed guacamole connecton closed on Debian
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a faster way to deploy an OVA template?
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Recovering Linux soft raid 5, disk stays as spare
Feb
13
comment Attribute caching of dovecot maildir boxes over NFS
@Andrea I have no experience with mail+nfs, but in general, with acxxx you steer how quick changes on the server should be visible on client. This is in case, if changes from one client should be visible on an other client. If mail server is the only client which does the updates and should see them, then it should be safe to have some caching there.
Feb
13
comment Attribute caching of dovecot maildir boxes over NFS
why you turned off all kind of attribute caching (acregmin=0,acregmax=0,acdirmin=0,acdirmax=0) ? You simply enforce NFS client to attack server with getattr requests.
Feb
6
comment Relationship between MTU and NFS rsize/wsize options
@Jmoney38 in case of nfsv4.0 it see at second GETATTR call after PUTROOTFH: reco_attr: MAXREAD (30)
Feb
6
comment Relationship between MTU and NFS rsize/wsize options
Then it's probably NFSv4.1. Check response to CREATE_SESSION->csr_fore_chan_attrs->max resp size
Feb
6
answered Relationship between MTU and NFS rsize/wsize options
Feb
5
revised NFS4: what effects changes to /etc/idmapd.conf?
added 8 characters in body
Feb
5
answered NFS4: what effects changes to /etc/idmapd.conf?
Jan
31
comment I'm unable to symlink a directory into /var/www/html
check that your /home/myuser/myrepo/webfiles can be accessed by apache/httpd user. Usually, /home/myuser directory has a permission 700.
Jan
24
reviewed No Action Needed Disk access slow
Jan
24
comment what will be the primary IP address of my system if i have two NIC can i change it?
there is no primary interface. There is one bound to your host name and the one which has default route. It may be the same interface. So the question from @alxgomz is absolutely valid: define primary IP.
Jan
20
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a Linux utility that can distribute files to an array of hard disks, like a load balancer, but for storage?
Jan
20
reviewed No Action Needed Multiple domain SSL certificate: do I need to hold the property of all domains?
Jan
20
reviewed No Action Needed People think a “hidden” save file dialog box means the computer is frozen