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comment Unknown device on network with strange ports open. Trying to find it
The thought that it is a wireless access point is one of the unspoken possibilities that worries me.
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comment Server 2008 BSOD about once a week
The servers in my example above were R610s, but yes, an R710 has 3-channel memory.
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comment Server 2008 BSOD about once a week
On a system with 3-channel memory, 18GB is probably three banks of 6G each (4G + 2G modules). My company has about a dozen servers with that exact configuration. Not an issue. We had a guy last year who though the same thing and reconfigured a few of them with 4x4G modules totaling 16GB, but of course that configuration drops down to 2-channel access and NUMA was all jacked up. Performance on those servers dropped by a third.
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asked Server 2008 Volume Shadow Copy fails, “Type of the filesystem is RAW”
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comment FreeBSD: How to know real file size on zfs with compression on?
If using deduplication, what would you consider the "real" size to be?
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comment Is it safe to delete log file in C:\Windows\system32\LogFiles\Httperr
It may not be safe to delete them if your company has any sort of compliance requirements for retention of activity logs. Also, these can be a valuable source of forensic data in case of any hacking incident or investigation.
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answered What is the oem-dell-he-esxi module?
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comment DB Server Disk I/O utilization
...or to improve the queries to reduce disk I/O. Sounds to me like a lot of full table scans. I say Indexes first, Spindles second.