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Dec
9
comment Windows Server 2008 Hangs On Boot After crcdisk.sys
This is a machine that had been running fine for a year or so, so I doubt that it's a driver issue, and I don't think that the BIOS settings have been changed - I looked through them while troubleshooting. Couldn't hurt to look again, though.
Dec
9
comment Windows Server 2008 Hangs On Boot After crcdisk.sys
I ran a quick scan with SpinRite, if you're familiar with that, that came back without reporting any errors. I am not sure how much of the same territory chkdsk.exe covers - should I still bother ?
Dec
8
asked Windows Server 2008 Hangs On Boot After crcdisk.sys
Dec
8
comment Windows Server 2008 hangs up while booting
Two years later, I note that there's no resolution, and I'm having the same problem.
May
26
revised Tracing and Correcting PHP Performance Problems
added information about local vs. remote
May
25
comment Tracing and Correcting PHP Performance Problems
I measured those times by using time curl $foo for a variety of pages.
May
25
asked Tracing and Correcting PHP Performance Problems
Jan
28
awarded  Enthusiast
Jan
10
awarded  Teacher
Jan
10
revised SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
one additional symptom to help future people recognize whether this is their problem
Jan
10
accepted SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Jan
10
answered SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Jan
10
comment SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Yeah, I think you're barking up entirely the wrong tree (but so was I initially).
Jan
10
revised SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
found out that it's selinux
Jan
8
comment SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Yes, the home directory is seanm:seanm rwx------.
Jan
7
comment SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Adding and removing that flag did not have any effect on the problem.
Jan
7
asked SELinux blocking Samba directory listing
Nov
29
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
4
accepted Recovering From userdel root
Aug
4
comment Recovering From userdel root
Manually adding "root" back into /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow is what we ended up doing. Accepting on that basis.