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I am currently a software developer in Seattle, WA. I recently moved here from New York City, and am still trying to find my way about town!

I enjoy learning new things, and ServerFault allows me to do that. Not only do I post answers and learn from comments, other answers, etc., but many of the answers force me to do my own investigation, instead of just relying on what I've experienced. Its a great way to learn!


Jun
24
answered using trailing slashes in nginx configuration
Jun
24
comment Apache rejecting requests from remote hosts
Have you tried using telnet from a remote host to see if port 80 is open?
Jun
24
comment mod_rewrite mysteriously appends subfolder to rewritten url
Apache is extremely widely used, and recommending the requester switch to an entirely new application is counter-productive.
May
30
comment How to retrieve the last modification date of all files in a git repository
Since "HEAD" is just a reference, you can use any reference you want, be it a tag, branch, commit hash, etc..
Mar
25
revised OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
Adding exerpt from cassandra.yaml
Mar
25
comment OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
@mbulman Any more suggestions? It looks like the "data" partition is being set to "_" (underscore). However, I confirmed in cassandra.yaml that it's set to a valid value.
Mar
25
comment OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
The device is an EC2 virtualized drive, though, which is a block storage device. I would assume this simply used df (or similar) and interpreted the results... after all, it uses iostat for the IO metrics.
Mar
25
comment OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
Thanks, @mbulman, I went ahead and added the call to /nodes to the API, since this seemed to show the relevant information (i.e., the devices and partitions).
Mar
25
revised OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
Adding example of API call.
Mar
24
comment OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
I have done this multiple times. In fact, I have taken down the entire Cassandra cluster and started from scratch 2-3 times already. The agents are communicating all the other information just fine--just not the disk-usage metric.
Mar
20
asked OpsCenter doesn't display disk space
Feb
11
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
10
answered Amazon EC2 micro instance has 100% CPU usage
Dec
10
answered Compiling libmemcached Fails on Centos
Oct
31
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
28
awarded  Yearling
Aug
14
comment Apache fails to start after ssl
Just to further champion what has been said--what you've posted is NOT an error, and is NOT the reason it would refuse to start. How are you verifying a restart? Are there apache2 or httpd proesses running on your system?