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Aug
9
comment Healing GlusterFS doesn't appear to work?
@S19N - I think I found the true issue. As you said it shouldn't matter, and that would be my expectation as well. In digging in further I noticed that the various nodes within the glusterfs cluster were using 2 different versions of glusterfs (different point releases). When I updated everything to the same version I was able to perform a heal from any of the nodes and my issue w/ healing went away.
Jun
18
comment HTTP header for indicating originating server behind load balancer
Links broken...
Jun
11
comment HAProxy “Uptime” Checking
Links busted too now.
Jun
11
comment Nginx upstream fails over from serverA to serverB, and then back to serverA, why?
Thanks for this. This looks like it'll do what we want in Nginx. I ended up implementing a solution in HAProxy, it just proved much easier and much better flexibility out of the box for doing the type of LB'ing that we wanted.
Jun
10
comment HAProxy stick-table
What's in your haproxy logs when you're doing this? Also try enabling debug logging for more info.
Jun
4
comment HTTPS load balancing based on some component of the URL
Link returns a 404.
May
18
comment How do you organise the cables in your racks?
Youtube is your friend for a lot of examples. youtube.com/results?search_query=networking+cabling+datacenter.
May
8
comment ECC chipkill errors: which DIMM?
Terrific answer! This is by far the best answer here and perfectly walks you through how to both triage the issue and isolate the bad DIMM.
Dec
5
comment Process in the run queue
@tylerl - why did you accept this if it doesn't correctly handle all the various states?
Sep
12
comment Fail2Ban Testing
@Bth - if this A solved your issue you can mark it as the accepted A so everyone knows it's the solution.. There's a little check mark under the votes for the A if you're not sure how to do it.
Sep
3
comment Docker VM on OS X installed but commands appear to fail
Starting in version 1.2.0 of boot2docker there's a new cli verb, shellinit included so you can do this instead to set the env. var. $DOCKER_HOST. eval $(boot2docker shellinit).
Jul
18
comment In CentOS 4.4, how can I strip escape sequences from a text file?
Of the 3 answers this was the only one that worked.
Jun
20
comment Printing to Xerox with XSA accounting from Linux
@artfulrobot - yes you can hard code it. Did you figure out how to disallow the users of the PPD file from seeing these credentials? I believe they're stored in clear text which makes them kinda useless, other than for tracking usage.
Jun
14
comment Run command before and after printing with CUPS?
Links dead. Not sure what it was pointing to.
Jun
13
comment Determine what MAC addresses are connected to a given port on a Netgear GS724T via SNMP?
Would you mind sharing this script? I'd be interested in using this approach if there is nothing else to go on.
May
30
comment How do you increase a KVM guest's disk space?
@IwanAucamp - interesting, I use virt-manager and have used method #1 & #2 extensively before I migrated our KVM servers to a newer version of KVM (CentOS 5 -> CentOS 6). I now use the qemu-img resize method as well.
Apr
12
comment How can I kill all stopped jobs?
Additional examples in thie U&L Q&A: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/124428/…
Apr
12
comment How can I kill all stopped jobs?
Why is this upvoted so highly? It's wrong. If the processes are stopped, then a kill such as this will do nothing, since the processes are stopped, they won't process the SIGTERM (-15) that is sent to them by default.
Mar
29
comment Options for high-availability of a smallish website?
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
Mar
29
comment Proftpd user cannot write/delete in home directory
This does not provide an answer to the question. To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post - you can always comment on your own posts, and once you have sufficient reputation you will be able to comment on any post.