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Mar
31
comment What causes perl to import modules very slowly?
Also try Benchmark::Stopwatch.
Mar
31
answered How to limit cores on a Windows server?
Mar
20
answered Automatic retrieval of current mapping debian stable -> released name
Mar
20
comment OpenOffice terminal with no task bars and menu
Please be noted that it's perfectly possible to launch external applications from OpenOffice.org itself! Shell("/path/to/program",1,parameters-the-program-accepts,true) or so.
Mar
13
comment Unable to log in to MySQL
Wrong password, wrong username and/or wrong MySQL instance you are trying to connect. How would we know the answer with such a short description of your problem? In theory, MySQL could be configured in a way that user 'admin' cannot connect from 'localhost' at all, but I suspect that is not the problem.
Mar
12
comment Creating FTP user to access a specific directory with SFTP in Linux Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS
Since you have only one user to match against, try ChrootDirectory /home/myftpuser or so. Also check out the directory permissions.
Mar
12
answered Creating FTP user to access a specific directory with SFTP in Linux Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS
Mar
12
answered Queue remote commands for execution as soon as workstation comes online
Mar
10
answered Get the pid if 2 tomcat(s) is running
Mar
6
answered grubby fatal error: unable to find a suitable template
Mar
6
comment DB2 crash on production redhat server
Not the server itself, probably. Hard to say with 100% confidence with such little background information -- imagine if we switched places and you should answer to me with only data being two short pastes and no information about other environment whatsoever.
Mar
6
comment DB2 crash on production redhat server
I'm not a psychic so I need lots more data before I can help. I have no idea where that /dev/sdb is connected to and how loaded that target might possibly be. Is that some kind of iSCSI target? A SAN? Are there just a few other virtual machines or hundreds/thousands of them? Is your DB2 server the only one having issues or are other VMs having problems as well? How about the logs at the VMware side? And so on, and so on...
Mar
6
comment How can I permit anonymous access to local user home directory with vsftpd?
Logs. Read the logs. I suspect SELinux being the culprit.
Mar
6
answered DB2 crash on production redhat server
Mar
4
comment email sending speed - how to improve
It's definitely not Postfix which limits performance with that kind of hardware and such low volume of e-mail. It's amavis + the checks it performs via SpamAssassin which slows the overall process down.
Mar
4
comment Unable to get SMART metrics from Seagate Disks on Debian OS
Is SMART enabled in BIOS?
Mar
4
comment Growing memory use
Awesome! Glad I was able to help you, or at least nudge you to right direction.
Mar
4
comment Growing memory use
Very interesting!
Mar
4
answered Growing memory use
Mar
4
comment Growing memory use
Please add the output of slabtop command.