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Apr
6
comment Virtualised Sharepoint Backup Strategies
Just to clarify a bit - I am aware that I could just backup the entire VMs, but this gives a lot of data that we don't really need in a disaster (index files etc) that will slow down recovery time. I have an idea where I make a WFE that has the Central Admin site installed on it, and doesn't do any kind of query or indexing work - so the VM disk can be quite small. A restore of this VM could then act as the first server in a new farm. Will that work?
Apr
6
answered Deleted vmware ESXi snapshot file - any way to recover?
Apr
6
asked Virtualised Sharepoint Backup Strategies
Feb
26
answered How to check my linux server isn't spamming
Feb
26
answered Why uninstall did not remove the corresponding folder?
Feb
26
answered “#< #5.1.3 SMTP; 553 sorry, your domain does not exists.> #SMTP#”
Feb
26
answered No access to Debian Server on port 80 since unplanned restart
Feb
26
answered Use standard USB flash disk as security token
Feb
15
comment How to do a text match in bash
Guess the other answers are roll your own ternary operators :-)
Feb
15
answered How to do a text match in bash
Feb
12
comment Cisco VPN endpoints disconnecting from a VLAN
My config is almost exactly the same. Only missing the management tunnel line. Each VLAN we have gets a subnet, so I expect you are right on that count. So are you saying that each subnet gets its own tunnel, and for some reason that is timing out? Interestingly, we have lost this problem on one of the ASAs by removing a cheap router from the equation. The D-link used to be connected in between the ASA and the ISP equipment. Now the ASA connects directly to the ISP equipment, and the problem has gone. In some cases the cheap routers is the ISP equipment though, so not quite as easy.
Feb
12
accepted Really clear introduction to Sharepoint architecture
Feb
12
comment Dealing with moved documents and sites in Sharepoint
That looks like exactly what I am looking for. Thanks!
Feb
12
accepted Dealing with moved documents and sites in Sharepoint
Feb
12
comment Dealing with moved documents and sites in Sharepoint
Unfortunately, the rewriter at www.iis.net seems to be only for IIS7 - we're still in IIS6 land as far as our Sharepoint infrastructure is concerned.
Feb
12
comment Dealing with moved documents and sites in Sharepoint
When you talk about the long terms scan and update - are you suggesting there is some way of fixing links within Office documents stored in Sharepoint?
Feb
11
comment Linux: How do I run a script when an external drive is connected?
What OS are the servers running?
Feb
11
comment Configuring subdomain using apache virtualhost problem
That looks ok to me. The config file you are using is definitely the one that Apache is using right? You've cleared the cache in your browser? You haven't set ServerName or ServerAlias anywhere else in the config?
Jan
29
comment website cannot be found unless I put IP address in host file
Remember that in DNS www.domain.com is different from domain.com unless you are using wildcards.
Jan
29
comment ESX(i) Interface Bonding ala Linux?
That sounds super simple indeed. I guess that this only works for redundancy - can you do bonding where each interface is connected to a different switch. vSwitches are only on vSphere (ESX 4.0) right? Gotta upgrade our clusters!