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Sep
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comment Server downloads pause and timeout
"128 MB ram" - Are you sure thats not supposed to be '128 GB ram'?
Aug
21
answered Can't ssh from CentOS 6.5 to SUSE LINUX 10.1
Jul
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answered DNS resolution on Windows Server 2012 running Hyper-V
Jun
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May
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answered Joining to a windows domain — What ports are needed?
Apr
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Apr
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comment Different DNS name resolution for same server
I accepted this answer because this would be the way to do it. I was simply entering the records into the wrong sub-domain.
Apr
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accepted Different DNS name resolution for same server
Apr
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comment Different DNS name resolution for same server
Solved the problem... I was adding the A record to the 'office' sub domain. So for instance I was trying to get to wiki.domian.com but i was setting the A record to wiki.office.domain.com.
Mar
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asked Different DNS name resolution for same server
Dec
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answered How do you troubleshoot a PPTP+VPN+RDP freeze-up?
Dec
12
comment How to avoid mirroring remote directory parents with rsync?
From the rsync man page: -R, --relative Use relative paths. This means that the full path names specified on the command line are sent to the server rather than just the last parts of the filenames.
Nov
5
answered How can I set up Varnish to cache only static content?
Jul
21
comment How do I make a volume within a LVM survive a reboot?
Maybe check out this site: redhat.com/archives/linux-lvm/2005-July/msg00059.html
Jul
11
comment Can I fit a desktop processor in a 4U rack?
Im not going to mark this as an answer but there are problems with fitting desktop heat sinks in rack cases. This is because the airflow for a desktop heat sink is pulling air from above the chip whereas a heat sink for a rack usually has a lot of fans pushing air thru the rack. As far as a desktop processor, the processor and heat sink are two different things.
Jul
10
comment Using software-RAID vs “firmware”-RAID (a.k.a. FakeRAID)
Most of the performance increase you would see would be because you are offloading your CPU processes to the hardware RAID itself. This is what makes it a hardware RAID. The speed of the disks themselves are not impacted as you said, but I don't think that is what the original poster was referring to.
Jul
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Jul
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comment Using software-RAID vs “firmware”-RAID (a.k.a. FakeRAID)
There is one thing we need to keep in mind when talking about hardware RAID. If it doesn't have a dedicated CPU for handling the RAID then it is software RAID. Just because you have a hardware add-on card does not mean it is a hardware RAID. Without a dedicated processor and memory for the RAID you are offloading the work onto your systems CPU and memory.
Jul
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Jul
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comment RAID 5 - DELL 2850 and others
You should probably ask one question per question. As for replacing with a larger disk that will work but you will only get the capacity of the smallest disk in your RAID.