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Apr
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revised Repartitioning already mounted logical volumes
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Apr
24
answered Repartitioning already mounted logical volumes
Apr
19
answered Use 'normal' disks in a Dell Powervault?
Apr
11
comment What's the best fire suppression for a server room?
Just a nitpick: An emergency power off does not remove fuel. EPO removes an ignition source. If you have a self sustaining fire cutting the power will not put it out (per definition), and the fuel/oxidizer/heat rule is about fighting self sustaining fires. Removing fuel is done, for example, by cutting a feeding gasoline pipe to a burning generator.
Apr
1
revised Using pconnect on several databases in PHP on Apache2
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Mar
31
comment DNS resolution issue
Before you start debugging, run it through dnscheck.iis.se and make sure that you don't have some silly problem with one of the slaves...
Mar
31
answered Change DNS TTL for every records in a zone
Mar
31
answered Downsides of keeping host configuration files public?
Mar
31
answered Using pconnect on several databases in PHP on Apache2
Mar
31
comment Using pconnect on several databases in PHP on Apache2
I assume that jeffatrackaid is asking if you are using CGI or MOD_PHP...
Mar
31
answered What could cause an apache server to lock up with “sending reply” processes?
Feb
17
comment Postfix mailqueue “Mailbox Full”
Sounds like the alarm is not tuned correctly, but it is hard to tell without knowing the use case. I would not worry so much about the length bounce queue. We do have a similar alarm, but it is configured to go off on sudden changes in the number of messages successfully delivered.
Feb
17
comment Postfix mailqueue “Mailbox Full”
@Ricardo: Is it an actual, measurable, performance problem? My experience is that there are many other things with a larger impact on the performance of the mail server than the length of the bounce queue...
Feb
13
comment Apache version 2+ doubles the TimeOut directive on requests
TimeOut is part of the low level I/O configuration in the Apache core. It's a kind of safety to prevent I/O operations that have blocked from locking the webserver. While I can't really explain the behavior it is not the normal way to control the execution time of PHP scripts. That you usually do with max_execution_time in the php.ini file.
Feb
13
answered Is it possible for L2TP VPN to do auto route configuration for client during connected?
Feb
13
answered Postfix mailqueue “Mailbox Full”
Feb
13
answered How to trace reason for internet connection dropout
Feb
4
comment Scheduler spikes single core on SMP Ubuntu vm under ESXi
Did you get any interesting result in your environment in the end?
Jan
28
comment Scheduler spikes single core on SMP Ubuntu vm under ESXi
Seems to have the same behavior with compression turned off, but it is not as noticeable as the dump becomes network-bandwidth bound.