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Mar
6
comment How do I migrate a KVM guest from host to another?
It would be helpful if you'd provide a version of KVM/Qemu this applies to. On my system (Ubuntu 12.04) this does not yet work.
Jan
5
comment VNC Server for a Headless Debian box?
Ah, of course you're right. I was too unspecific with my question. I was looking for something that keeps the applications running once I log out. I'll mark your answer anyway because it correctly answers the question as I asked it.
Aug
17
comment How to turn iptables stateless?
Please excuse my wording. My english is not perfect, but that was exactly the solution for my problem.
Aug
11
comment log slow queries killed before completion
Take care when using MySQL Proxy. It's terribly slow.
Apr
4
comment Stop cron from sending mail to root for a specific process
No, that sends all output of someScript2.sh to /dev/null.
Feb
12
comment Mysql: less than half of memory used. High load
Maybe you should create more indexes on your data. You don't seem to have many indexes. The load is probably high since you mysqld has to access the HDD too much. Remember that with MyISAM only indexes are cached in RAM.
Feb
11
comment How to turn iptables stateless?
actually it is "-t raw" and not "-t RAW" but that was the missing pice. Thank you!
Dec
30
comment Centralized Database Backup Server
To the best of my knowledge there is nothing like that right now available. I'm working on this kind of application but it is far from finished.
Dec
17
comment Initialize a MySQL slave server located on another network than the master
You could just dump the data to a file, copy that to the slave in read it using mysql.
Dec
17
comment MySQL replication: Getting the master in sync with the slave again
Master-Master replication is only good for pain. Don't do it.
Dec
17
comment MySQL replication: Getting the master in sync with the slave again
This won't work if data was written to HostA meanwhile.
Dec
7
comment Ubuntu server - some one takes 6GB of RAM - how to determine?
A 'cat /proc/meminfo' would help here.
Nov
27
comment Postfix: content-filter vs. milter
Thank you, perfect explanation and very helpful.