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Jan
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comment Pull network or power? (for contianing a rooted server)
Often useful evidence is in memory. This needs to be allowed for before any power loss is advised.
Jan
3
answered Pull network or power? (for contianing a rooted server)
Jan
1
comment Own Server Without ISP
replace it with "This is a tall order". :)
Jan
1
comment Own Server Without ISP
come on own up, whats the site's content ?
Dec
31
comment Making my SVN Public
yea, use your pubic ip. It should work as long as you have the ability to ssh in from outside. I normally run my ssh on non port 22, which takes a little more fiddling, but you can still use svn over ssh on it.
Dec
31
comment Making my SVN Public
ok. install ssh server on the local machine, and then (from the remote machine) run the co command. should work.
Dec
31
answered Making my SVN Public
Dec
31
comment What is better LVM on RAID or RAID on LVM?
"lvm and software raid on top of LVM" -- Now that's an exotic setup !
Dec
31
comment What is better LVM on RAID or RAID on LVM?
lvm on raid. raid on lvm is the devil's work. -- no reasoning.
Dec
31
comment Making my SVN Public
wait, you want a public viewable repository, but you're not willing to let the world see the project ? Do you mean public available, but private ?
Dec
31
comment Automatic layout of manual network mapping
Just taken a look at yed. Its not bad and you can create the files by hand as its simlpe xml-ish, but the licence for it (and faq) specifically disallows its use as part of an automated script. This makes converting the file into something usable on the fly not possible.
Dec
31
comment Automatic layout of manual network mapping
keeping an eye on this. Have a very similar problem, with a very similar outcome using graphviz. hopefully someone will know a silver bullet package. So far i've had no luck.
Dec
30
comment pam_ldap uid caching ability
can't for the life of me get openldap working, At least without applying schema updates against AD, which isnt possible. lol. failbeans ! :(
Dec
30
comment Upgrading NAS hard drives
+1. I was in the OP's situation about 9 months ago, and ended up using software raid on linux. Worked a treat.
Dec
30
answered Single Ranked Memory Or Dual Ranked
Dec
29
comment Cannot increase MTU on gigabit network
~20% throughput improvement is not to be sniffed at, don't know if its worth spending cash though.
Dec
29
comment Cannot increase MTU on gigabit network
Swings and roundabouts i guess. I only know of 3 home networks running at gigabit speeds. All use jumbo frames. (n.b: I didn't set those networks up, but mine also uses jumbo @ gigabit)
Dec
29
comment How can I test the security of my server?
that was a clickable link, you know.
Dec
29
comment Cannot increase MTU on gigabit network
this sums it up overall, and imho it's not that uncommon on gigabit networks; 63.196.71.246/~phil/jumbo.html
Dec
29
comment Cannot increase MTU on gigabit network
khaled is right. try lower values, ~7000 works on my NICs