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accepted Why would Xend try to restore a deleted domain/VM?
May
24
answered Why would Xend try to restore a deleted domain/VM?
May
20
asked Why would Xend try to restore a deleted domain/VM?
May
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asked What causes the error “Error: Device 0 (vif) could not be connected. Hotplug scripts not working.” on CentOS5.6 x86_64 with Xen kernel?
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Jan
26
comment Can access website but images, css stylesheets and javascript files do not download
Check file permissions, make sure they are readable files?
Jan
26
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
RAID was hardware based. Mount errors saying I must provide FS Type. I've tried ext2, ext3, vfat, swap, and any others I could think of. All failed. I was able to mount sdb1, but that partition just held /boot. I've made it all the way to here, all I gotta do is get it mounted, and I should be able to access.. I appreciate all the assistance offered so far!!!
Jan
26
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
Ok, I found my partitions. I have 2, 1 is ext3 (type 83), the other is type 8e (Linux LVM). So, how can I mount a partition of that type?
Jan
26
revised Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
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Jan
26
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
It is a RocketRAID 2710
Jan
26
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
I tried to boot from them...When I try, I get the RHEL splash screen, but then it fails, saying it can't find /dev/root, /proc, /sys and a few others. I can't get an operating system to see the drives to investigate the partition tables, etc.
Jan
25
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
New card is a High Point RocketRAID PCIe 2.0 x8.
Jan
25
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
I tried putting the drives, first just 1 and then other then both, into another machine. No luck. Actually looking at the JBOD settings and stuff now. Thanks, will let you know.
Jan
25
comment Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
No, it is not. Completely different brand.
Jan
25
asked Recovering data from SAS drives after failed SAS Controller Card?
Oct
19
comment Using DD for disk cloning
Nobody seems to know this trick... dd is an asymmetrical copying program, meaning it will read first, then write, then back. You can pipe dd to itself and force it to perform the copy symmetrically, like this: dd if=/dev/sda | dd of=/dev/sdb. In my tests, running the command without the pipe gave me a throughput of ~112kb/s. With the pipe, I got ~235kb/s. I've never experienced any issues with this method. Good luck!
Aug
17
comment Exchange Server 2007 Send and Receive Connectors
Answers: 1. Linux box using sendmail and aliases. 2. No, the other server is not on a member of any domain. | Points 1, 2, 4 are correct. 3, not entirely. We're going to keep the old mail server in production, as we have accounts on that mail server that we are not migrating to Exchange.