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comment cat /proc/cpuinfo shows 3.00GHz model but 1400.000 cpu MHz?
Got the answer for what i am exactly looking for. Thanks guys.
Sep
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comment How to verify if a dedicated server is really dedicated?
Totally great answer! But now its been 2 years already. May be there are some changes in VPS technologies? Can we still rely this methods? Please.
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answered How to install mcrypt for PHP 5.3.3 on CentOS 5.7 64 bit?
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asked Varnish Server : How to put in-between Top Loadbalancer and Below EC2 Web Servers?
May
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comment Linux/RHEL Server Down with “xinetd” Alerts?
Server was not totally responding.. Thats why i needed to hard reset.
May
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comment Linux/RHEL Server Down with “xinetd” Alerts?
But i just see that several lines only until it went down. What logs else should i check beside /var/log/messages please?
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revised Linux SAR/SAT Daily Reports to store more than a month?
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asked Linux SAR/SAT Daily Reports to store more than a month?
Mar
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comment Memcached on MySQL Server?
Okay but how do i configure it? Any guideline written already?
Mar
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asked Memcached on MySQL Server?
Mar
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accepted How to “restart” particular network interface on RHEL?
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comment How to “restart” particular network interface on RHEL?
will this help? ifdown eth1 ; ifup eth1 ?
Mar
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comment How to “restart” particular network interface on RHEL?
Sorry but i need .. "Only one command" because that is the only interface where my ssh is working on also. So if i'm about to use: ifdown and then ifup, i will never be able to hit the ifup command as my ssh has been terminated once after ifdown eth1 command. So there should be a single command which i can bring down and then bring up the interface which is serving my current ssh connection. So i do not need to worry about connection lost to my server.