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Feb
12
comment How to Create Two Virtual Private Servers on a single Physical Server?
Please let us know what operating system you are using on the physical server, this will let us offer the most efficient choices.
Feb
12
comment Startech SVx41HDI Series Server Remote Control Usage Question - How do I switch away from a dead port?
The input connectors on this model are VGA (DSUB-15), PS/2 Mouse and PS/2 Keyboard. I like the idea of a loop back device, but I am a bit shy to try it on these input ports. This does give me an idea to try though, since most of the other non-IP KVM's I have used draw power from the keyboard ports, it might just be a matter of plugging the loose PS/2 keyboard plug into a spare PS/2 port on a mother board.
Feb
12
asked Startech SVx41HDI Series Server Remote Control Usage Question - How do I switch away from a dead port?
Feb
10
comment Apache, nginx, or lighttpd?
This is a dupe post of one that was in stackoverflow and got moved here. serverfault.com/questions/111715/apache-or-nginx-or-lighttpd
Feb
10
comment OpenSSL x509 Purpose flag “Any Purpose” What is this?
Your are right, that flag is not explicitly documented, I assumed that "Any Purpose" would mean any of the purposes listed. I looked at the code in openssl/crypto/x509v3/v3_purp.c and crypto/x509v3/x509v3.h. grep the source tree for: X509_PURPOSE_ANY I interpret it as being an extension of the certificate that means the cert is suitable for any purpose. i.e. that flag is just another x.509 certificate extension.
Feb
10
answered OpenSSL x509 Purpose flag “Any Purpose” What is this?
Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment repeated curl + grep on macosx occasionally giving bad results?
From the man page of grep: Normally, exit status is 0 if selected lines are found and 1 otherwise. But the exit status is 2 if an error occurred, unless the -q or --quiet or --silent option is used and a selected line is found. In this case you are getting different results because of the -q
Feb
9
comment Find which machine is using all the bandwidth
MRTG will show you traffic levels for all ports on your switch(es). If you use indexmaker (included in the MRTG distribution oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/doc/indexmaker.en.html) to generate your overview, all your ports will appear with bandwidth usage graphs on one page. Look for the port with the most activity (lots of blue and green on the graph).
Feb
9
answered Find which machine is using all the bandwidth
Feb
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Feb
8
answered Mysql auto start on freebsd 5.3