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comment System process (PID 4) constantly accessing the hard disk
Peefetch settings described here
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comment Should I bother to block these rather lame attempts at hacking my server?
I'd be more concerned with dynamic IPs - with the rise of IPs shared among ISPs customers at different times, and especially with the rise of carrier-grade NAT, you might find you're banning legitimate users once the hacker's IP address is allocated to someone else. The worst bit is - you'll never know you've done this as your audience cannot tell you, because they're banned!
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answered IIS server, using browser I get 200 response - curl I get 302 response
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comment Why should I start to replace Windows Server 2003?
@ThatGraemeGuy the chap asking describes himself as a CTO, not a professional sysadmin. Your thoughts on an executive's technical skills might correspond to mine :-) however.... he answers the question decently, so give him a bonus.
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answered Why don't people just use rsync to back up vmware guests?
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comment How to remember RAID levels?
someone should look at the date both of those questions were asked :-)
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comment CentOS 6 Apache Virtual Host Config Help for Development Server
I'd install webmin and use that to configure the new vhost, you can then look in the httpd config file to see what it wrote for you. You'll have to give more information about what happens than expect us to guess - it could be filesystem, permissions, dns, etc
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comment Any reason to use a rack-mountable server if I lack a rack to mount it on?
@Luke404 fair enough, but most people equate an expensive rack system with a cheap tower. They look at the CPU and memory specs and base their comparison on that.
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