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Mar
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comment Starting Tomcat 7 as a user - init.d script can't write pid
I don't know CentOS, I'm using Gentoo and there it's the standard for this job but I'm 100% sure Centos has an equivalent. Yes, some programs ship such scripts with them, I think you should try to get that one to work.
Mar
22
answered Starting Tomcat 7 as a user - init.d script can't write pid
Mar
22
comment RAID 0 InnoDB speed - Comparing 8 x 7,200 RPM drives or 4 x 15,000 RPM drives
With mechanical drives the motto is: Spindles, spindles, spindles to get more performance. Your controller won't be the bottleneck here. I agree with @Jack Douglas that in this case, the performance will be approximately on par.
Mar
21
comment Networking service not responding
Well that's normal if the network is managed by tools like NetworkManager. They tend to automagically tear up and down things on link-up and link-down events.
Mar
20
answered Btrfs vs ext4 — Where's the safety break-even point?
Mar
20
revised Copying Linux users and passwords to a new server
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Mar
20
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Mar
20
answered Copying Linux users and passwords to a new server
Mar
19
comment Networking service not responding
Yea I know but most distros ship mii-tool so I though I use this :) So you see the problem on both sides?
Mar
19
answered Networking service not responding
Feb
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revised disable nagios apache monitoring and amanda client
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20
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Feb
20
comment Postfix Thinks VSFTPd is… Postfix?
I would kill the services and restart them, then see again, whether the PIDs match
Jan
17
comment DRBD protocol c and split brain
No, this assumption is wrong and that's why the docs you refer to say "potentiallty". Acually I gave the answer in my previous POST: The question can only be answered with knowing your current setup. I examplify: If you have no cluster manager/ fencing in place and configured DRBD to continue after split brain and both servers are still accessible and use, then you will be left with inconsistent data no matter what service you run.
Jan
17
comment DRBD protocol c and split brain
This is a question of what happens AFTER a split brain occurs and this is controlled by DRDB itself (you can instruct it how to react upon a SB) OR by a cluster resource manager such as pacemaker which you also can instruct how to deal with it. So whether it is harmful or not depends on your very setup.
Jan
17
answered DRBD protocol c and split brain
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answered How to tune system settings for mongoDB on Linux?