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Dec
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Nov
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comment Kubernetes service etcd références
Thank you very much this is exactly what I'm looking for!!
Nov
21
accepted Kubernetes service etcd références
Nov
20
asked Kubernetes service etcd références
Aug
25
revised How do one run PHP-FPM on subdomain?
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Aug
25
answered How do one run PHP-FPM on subdomain?
Aug
3
comment php - error: Cannot find OpenSSL's <evp.h>
Works to for PHP5.2 manual compile on Ubuntu 14.04 with "--with-openssl" directive. thanks a lot.
Jul
31
comment restarting all specific units on systemctl without for loop?
Thanks a lot for your comment in this topic as it's really one of the most annoying missing features of systemctl. I have crafted a similar script myself to be able to perform this kind of operations. Anyway, I'm sure that your post will help a lot of people ;-) thank you very much!!
Jul
29
asked Apache Server Variables on VirtualHost
Jul
22
accepted Firewalld management
Jul
22
comment Firewalld management
Thank you very much for those informations, I do know about rp_filter kernel switch but your doc was useful because I didn't know that a logging facility existed regarding this topic.
Jul
21
comment Firewalld management
Ok, thank you very much for your help, I'm now able to block and manage my FirewallD as intended. I now understand the purpose of the zones and the interface binding. So if I correctly understand you can have a case where someone with the intended IP coming on a second NIC is still allowed to access the service if you don't specify that the second nic should reject it (don't have source matching or zone binding)?
Jul
21
comment Firewalld management
Here is what I've got on my firewall: pastebin.com/BSwKytQx I think that I missing something on the way FirewallD is working.
Jul
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asked Firewalld management
Apr
28
comment Transfer large amount of small files
@ewwhite Ooook, so I did test different scenario, using NC, DD, rSync, SFTP, VMWare, UDT/UDR, I suspect I've got some sort of HW bottleneck somewhere as I'm always using about 5MBytes/s bandwith any technics that I should use. I'll talk to our storage area manager.
Apr
27
comment Transfer large amount of small files
I just want to test the best options with default commands before trying to use a faster and better tool but possibly rejected one by the company policies. I swear that I'll test your tool (as it really seems to be the tool that I need) as soon as all my native options will be out of the performance window.
Apr
27
comment Transfer large amount of small files
Hum... I just think of using a combination of Netcat on UDP mode + DD as a block transfer is always faster than a file transfer. What do you think about that solution?
Apr
27
comment Transfer large amount of small files
@ewwhite, Yep, you're right, It's exactly the same things as the pipe use SSH tunnel and checksum. Just tested it, I've got the exact same 5.5MBytes/s throughput.
Apr
27
comment Transfer large amount of small files
I use the hot clone mode, my VMC is not able to see the pseudo devices, I've found numbers of people facing the same issue with powerpath pseudo-devices which can't be cloned as /dev/emcpowerXY device is not detected by VMC regarding some obscure reason. But thanks a lot for the in deep KB post about VMC anyway.
Apr
27
comment Transfer large amount of small files
thank you very much for your answer, I've edited my question to improve the informations regarding my situation as I didn't provided enough insight earlier. Anyway, long story short, VMWare Converter can't clone/find/see all my attached disks as the previous admin used PowerPath.