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Jan
8
comment Monitor windows print queue using snmp
Should give more details about what you actually use for a print server.
Jan
4
awarded  Scholar
Jan
4
accepted Exim send failure “421 SMTP incoming data timeout” - Message body lacks '\n' at the end
Jan
4
answered Exim send failure “421 SMTP incoming data timeout” - Message body lacks '\n' at the end
Dec
23
revised Add a subdomain to NAMED config file
added 553 characters in body
Dec
23
comment Add a subdomain to NAMED config file
See my edit in the above post
Dec
23
comment Windows Server 2008 monitoring suggestions
It may be a little too 'hands on' if you're used to the Windows world. I've never used any frontends for Nagios configuration so I couldn't recommend any, as I do all my work on that by hand (Only ~30 hosts, ~70 points monitored). Cacti is a bit of work to wrap your head around as well, but well worth learning as it's quite versatile. Check the respective sites for how-tos/docs
Dec
23
answered Add a subdomain to NAMED config file
Dec
23
answered rtorrent installation errors on ubuntu server
Dec
23
answered Windows Server 2008 monitoring suggestions
Dec
23
comment rtorrent installation errors on ubuntu server
What version of xmlrpc-c is installed?
Dec
22
awarded  Commentator
Dec
22
comment Drawbacks of installing linux on usb stick?
Instead of USB, have you looked into using compact flash? With swap disabled you should get a significant amount of life out of a single card, and there are various SATA->CF cards or, if you have a spare IDE channel you figure you won't use, IDE->CF. Additionally, you won't be dealing with the potential pitfalls that come with USB (bad unmounts, resets, etc)
Dec
21
awarded  Student
Dec
21
asked Exim send failure “421 SMTP incoming data timeout” - Message body lacks '\n' at the end
Dec
17
comment Running multiple Apache2 instances on Ubuntu
The pid file is used by Apache to store its PID (process ID), so it is a pointer to the running Apache process. It will create it if needed and will write to it. Therefore, the path must be writable by the Apache process.
Dec
17
answered Is it possible to disable the retry mechanism in Exim
Dec
17
awarded  Critic
Dec
17
answered What is the best solution for traffic control in a large system (ca. 2000 users)?
Dec
17
comment Running multiple Apache2 instances on Ubuntu
Changing LockFile is unnecessary according to Apache2 docs: > The LockFile directive sets the path to the lockfile used when Apache is compiled with either USE_FCNTL_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT or USE_FLOCK_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT. ... The PID of the main server process is automatically appended to the filename.