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Dec
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answered cd in bash script
Dec
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answered Having a problem with vCenter service stopping daily
Dec
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comment high iostat load on linux
What is the question? How to find what is using the disk? Or something else?
Dec
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awarded  Quorum
Dec
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comment Network layer encryption
Is this a homework question?
Dec
5
comment Continuous Bandwidth / Throughput Meter
If that works, I'd appreciate the check mark. I'm not too proud to ask.
Dec
5
answered Continuous Bandwidth / Throughput Meter
Dec
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answered Extremely Slow IO with Simple PostgreSQL 8.4.4 Queries on Centos 5.5
Dec
4
revised My Centos is terribly slow
Added information and other troubleshooting.
Dec
4
answered My Centos is terribly slow
Dec
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comment vSphere NIC Configuration?
@Evan M. Excellent point. I realized that myself while reading Helvik's reply (of course the OP didn't specify that he needed them to communicate to anything other than the SAN, so...). I'll edit my response accordingly anyway.
Dec
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comment vSphere NIC Configuration?
+1. Great point about not stacking the switches.
Dec
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revised vSphere NIC Configuration?
Added info based on new data.
Dec
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comment vSphere NIC Configuration?
@ErikA According to vmware.com/products/vsphere/buy/editions_comparison.html vStorage APIs for Array Integration, and vStorage APIs for Multipathing, are only available in Enterprise and higher; Storage vMotion, Storage I/O Control, Network I/O Control, Distributed Switch, and Host Profiles are only available in Enterprise Plus. So I guess you are right, multipathing is supported, but not the APIs, and not Storage vMotion and Storage I/O control, which may impact the planning and deployment in this situation.
Dec
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answered vSphere NIC Configuration?
Dec
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comment Where do ack-only sent packets come from (on FreeBSD)?
+1 To summarize: most commonly when there are no other data packets to piggy-back an ack on to.
Dec
2
answered Why is the vSphere console view so slow?
Dec
2
comment Accidentally rm -rf /usr/* as root, what now?
Is your goal to recover data or simply to make things work again?
Dec
2
comment How to remotely install Linux via SSH?
@ephemient awesome. I don't normally follow youtube links, but that one is worth it.
Dec
2
comment How to remotely install Linux via SSH?
Perhaps if you gave more details about the limitations of the situation, the extremely intelligent, creative, and resourceful folks here at Server Fault can give you some other alternatives or advice that may allow a more realistic path to achieving your goals.