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Mar
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answered Turning off cp (copy) command's interactive mode (cp : overwrite ?)
Mar
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answered Remote SQL Server DB backup
Mar
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comment Small Scale Point-to-Point Fibre optics
Good advice, even if I would strongly recommend going for SFP's/GBIC's/XFP's and not media converters. Cheap mediacoverters can mangle your datalayer, creating hard to debug situations. It's also one more thing to administrate, power and so on.
Mar
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answered Increasing the number of MySQL connections
Mar
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comment Why are there two backplane connectors inside a Dell poweredge r410?
The answer is probably in dell.com/downloads/global/products/pedge/en/…
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Mar
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comment How To Treat Any File As PHP In Windows IIS 7?
Oh, sorry, If you are on IIS 7 it's something like Features View panel, then Handler Mappings see technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771240%28WS.10%29.aspx
Mar
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answered How To Treat Any File As PHP In Windows IIS 7?
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Mar
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comment Daily Weekly and Monthly DB backup with logrotate?
Keeping older backups is very useful in case of database corruption or data loss that is not directly noticed. We keep monthly backups for 3 years and 6 months backups "forever". Few things hurts quite as much as finding that your oldest backup is 7 days old and somebody in accounting dropped the majority of a database 10 days ago...
Mar
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answered Bad sectors, S.M.A.R.T., SpinRite, firmware on platter and drive id questions
Mar
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answered managing high load of a postgresql database
Feb
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answered Is there any good reason not to increase upload_max_filesize and post_max_size?
Feb
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answered What is a a good serial-to-USB adapter?
Feb
27
answered How to delete a record when two tables have foreign key referenced to each other?
Feb
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answered How do you manage passwords for a large number of servers?
Feb
17
comment syslog (auth log) reports incorrect time
None of the two processes listed in the secure log matches the pid of the long running service. I can see the same behaviour for all failed authentication attempts, regardless of account, authentication method and source. On successful attempts only one process reports in the log, and it has the correct time.
Feb
17
comment Does Windows Defrag utility reports fragmentation correctly on a RAID system?
Yes, you can. See the more extensive answer from voretaq7 above.
Feb
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answered Does Windows Defrag utility reports fragmentation correctly on a RAID system?
Feb
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comment syslog (auth log) reports incorrect time
Restarting sshd did not change the behaviour. Nor did restarting the whole server. Interestingly enough I see "sshd[2465]: error: Bind to port 22 on 0.0.0.0 failed: Address already in use." during the startup. IPv6 binds without problem. Netstat -ap gives me the line "tcp :ssh *: LISTEN 2465/sshd"