Reputation
Next privilege 125 Rep.
Vote down
Badges
1 8
Impact
~11k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 1 vote cast
Jun
30
answered Multiple TAP devices on OpenVPN Server
Jun
29
comment Reflash Supermicro BIOS Chip with external EEPROM programmer
Just an idea, try pulling out the CMOS battery and then read it after letting it sit for 30 seconds or so. The battery may be supplying some voltage to the chip that the programmer doesn't like. There may be a capacitor that holds charge for a period of time, keep that in mind also.
Jun
29
answered Postfix 2.9 or sendmail, outgoing spam prevention (check if sender exists)
Jun
29
answered Database Backup and Full-Text Search
Jun
29
comment DHCP Server Not Offering to PXE Client
Is the switch layer 3? Layer 3 switches have the ability to filter out non standard DHCP requests. It may be configured to do so by default. If you can try using a dumb switch temporarily to rule it out.
Jun
29
answered Server midnight - high memory allocations and does not let go, what to check?
Jun
29
answered Power supply reliability
Jun
29
asked Multiple TAP devices on OpenVPN Server
Jun
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
comment Cannot print intelligible image from remote desktop on local printer
@joeqwerty Your right, i must have missed that when reading the OP's question.
Feb
12
revised Cannot print intelligible image from remote desktop on local printer
added 133 characters in body
Feb
12
answered Cannot print intelligible image from remote desktop on local printer
Jan
22
comment OSX SL Server CalDav/DirectoryServices Authentication Error
It has to do with apple's user directory. I have had this issue for years on both mountain lion and mavericks servers. Essentially what happens is that the directory service randomly denies user access usually stating something along the lines of permissions errors. It will literally work on minute and stop the next, then work again. This is why we're moving away from OS X Server.
Jan
15
answered AD Existing Forests Best Practices Setup
Jan
15
answered SW ZFS vs. HW RAID controller
Jan
15
comment Linux server memory usage and cache availability
Yes, but you don't have to prioritize cached memory. It's size will always change and the more memory you have, the bigger your cache size will be. I would just worry about how much ram your services need and add a little extra for things like caching.
Jan
15
comment Linux server memory usage and cache availability
Cached memory is used for a performance boost. Heavily used items on the hard disk are loaded into memory for quick access. It's not necessary to have, but it is much faster. In the event that the system processes need more memory, cached memory will be automatically reduced. That's why it can be considered free.
Jan
14
answered Postfix - SMTP mail delivery failed with “Connection timed out” error
Jan
14
answered Linux server memory usage and cache availability