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Oct
12
answered How to scroll one page at a time in Asterisk at the command line?
Oct
8
answered What options do I have if my linux box is compromised?
Oct
7
comment Apache2 Primary VirtualHost
@Jon Change the name of the file, as the files are loaded in alphabetical order.
Oct
7
answered Here document - copy stdin to stdout?
Oct
6
comment Windows server 2008 & SQL - many connections in TIME_WAIT
@bh213 Apparently orphaned TIME_WAIT sockets are handed off to the system to timeout. I would run a firewall on the system which can track processes trying to access 65.55.11.162 and use that to determine the process when it tries to establish the connection. If the firewall reports the "system" is trying to establish the connection and not a process, I would suspect that something has injected something into the kernel.
Oct
6
comment Windows server 2008 & SQL - many connections in TIME_WAIT
@bh213 It sounds like a piece of software pinging home every couple of seconds. Pointing my browser to that IP gives me a page saying my host isn't authorized to use Telligent Community. Try pointing a webbrowser from the server to that IP and see if it gives you something different.
Oct
5
answered Restore/recover Bugzilla on Linux server that has crashed? (can boot to Live CD and mount partition)
Oct
5
answered How to resize ext3 partition without having physical access to the server
Oct
5
comment Easiest Way to Convert a SQL Server 2008 Database Down to SQL Server 2005?
@BradC What of that is not possible? Are you unable to change the compatibility level of the server?
Oct
5
answered What's wrong with this script?
Oct
5
comment Internet Explorer 8 ignoring proxy settings
Is the sometimes consistant? I.e., site X is always sent locally, while site Y is always sent through the proxy?
Oct
5
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Oct
5
answered Windows server 2008 & SQL - many connections in TIME_WAIT
Oct
5
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Oct
5
answered How to extract hostname from $(who am i)
Oct
5
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Oct
4
comment Linux Mdadm + LVM recovery
Whether good or bad practice, I raid the devices, not partitions, and my LVM volumes are on the devices, not partitions (i.e., pvcreate /dev/md0) In my attempts to make the system boot without user help, I installed grub to one of the phsyical devices, but this causes the partition table to show up in the raid device (i.e., /dev/md0p1, though it was corrupt - The actual raid data was fine). Because the raid device had a partition table now, LVM refused to search /dev/md0 and would only search /dev/md0p1. I told fdisk to create a new partition table and wrote it to disk to blank it.
Oct
4
answered Linux Mdadm + LVM recovery
Oct
2
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Oct
2
revised Linux Mdadm + LVM recovery
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