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comment flashcache with mdadm and LVM
md2 is allocated, I really don't think your getting this. thanks anyway.
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comment flashcache with mdadm and LVM
Ok I can change the write back cache to raid 1 that is fine, but none of this actually answers the question which is specific to the flashcache issue.
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comment flashcache with mdadm and LVM
Why would md2 be disabled when it is the primary storage volume i.e. mapped to /dev/Xenvol ? The mdadm layout is as it needs to be, raid 10 on the primary storage is not an option due to lack of space however the mdadm layout is really inconsequential to this.
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comment TCP RST Reset Every 5 Minutes on Windows 2003 sp2
The capture needs to be done from both sides so the origin of the RST can be found, you could script some keep alive events but really without a cap from both sides I am just guessing so I have made this a comment not an answer, ( EM Server Property box > connexions tab -->Request timeout in ms) Also not directly related but have a look here under the sql server section: vyaskn.tripod.com/watch_your_timeouts.htm
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answered Restart an in-use NFS server without interruption (within timeout)
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comment Microsoft , Hotmail , Live , MSN, Outlook , unable to send emails and no support received from microsoft in 3 months we are trying asking for that
The problem as I said may not be your IP they block a whole range at a time it could be anyone in your IP range causing the problem which s not something you can fix. you think hotmail is bad wait until you get a gmail block...
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revised Transfer used ram to swap and free more physical ram
I was asked to edit my answer by a mod so I did
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answered Not all of your nameservers are in different subnets. Single point of failure
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comment Random TCP Resets
I would suggest based on the "unexcpected data" and the message from the ASA tearing down the connection it is the destination that is triggering the RST.
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answered What constitutes valid justification for more IP addresses?
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accepted mdadm raid 1 grub only on sda
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answered Random TCP Resets
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