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accepted Networking: Does slavedisk0 take over for disk0 in the event of a fault?
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comment Networking: Does slavedisk0 take over for disk0 in the event of a fault?
Thanks for the advice!
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asked Networking: Does slavedisk0 take over for disk0 in the event of a fault?
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comment SQUID Proxy in a thinclient environment
No it needs to be transparent to the user. If I could somehow force some pseudo authentication by hard setting the firefox proxy to user@proxy on login it will be fine.
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accepted Configuring DHCPD to use option 66, in a specific subnet
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comment Thin clients over WAN - Capacity planning
Intresting. Thanks
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accepted Thin clients over WAN - Capacity planning
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comment Thin clients over WAN - Capacity planning
ya sorry. Didn't know if it should be here or Server Fault. I'll remake. You can disregard this
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comment Thin clients over WAN - Capacity planning
Thanks, but that gets you into a circular argument. You can't really know how much capacity you need until you test the system but you can't design the system without knowing what to buy. There are general "rules of thumb" that "people who've been doing it for years" just simply know. For example I know that Wordpress\Joomla sites with > 200k unique hits should be off a shared server. Shared servers (in my environment) tend to die after this point and we have to kick users off. I know they can also handle < 30 simultaneous HTTP connections. I know simply having worked in the environment.
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accepted Force failover a Cisco ASA
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comment Force failover a Cisco ASA
I want to force failover the two ASA units. I want the primary to become the secondary standby and the secondary to become the active primary unit. I want to do some maintenance then switch them back.
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comment Force failover a Cisco ASA
This is how they are configured and this is how they stay. I need to fail them over temporarily.
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asked Force failover a Cisco ASA
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comment Cisco redundancy modes
Thanks. Posted in my edit
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revised Cisco redundancy modes
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asked Cisco redundancy modes