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Apr
27
revised What commands are being sent to an exe?
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Apr
27
answered What commands are being sent to an exe?
Apr
22
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Apr
21
answered Vmware Workstation in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
Apr
21
comment raid 5 creation (using mdadm) lots of read/writes on creation: is this normal?
You can use --assume-clean with RAID5 as well, but it is dangerous. md uses an optimization on some writes that relies on the parity block being correct.
Apr
14
comment Strategy to allow emergency access to colocation crew
How does that solve the security issues in the original question?
Apr
13
comment Vmware server - 3d graphics upgrade like WKS 7 and vmware player
The question was about VMware Server.
Apr
11
comment Disable IPv6 on Debian VPS (Virtuozzo!)
I deleted my comment, that won't work if you're just in a chroot jail like you said. How do you get access to the firewall rules?
Apr
10
answered OpenVPN: Route all traffic through server from client config
Apr
10
comment Disable IPv6 on Debian VPS (Virtuozzo!)
Can you edit anything /etc/modprobe.d/ ?
Apr
9
answered Distributed file systems
Apr
9
answered Problem Assigning Static IP to CentOS Server
Apr
9
comment Linux Command Line Find and Replace Hex
I'm deleting my post about sed, it's not the right tool for this, sorry.
Apr
9
comment VMware Workstation reboot 32-bit host when starting 32/64-bit guest using VT-x
You're getting pretty detailed help in that thread, it's just that your problem is difficult to diagnose.
Apr
9
comment upstart not working
did you try restarting init?
Apr
8
answered How can I configure a txqueuelen value to persist on reboot?
Apr
6
comment How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
@matnagel: Yea, I don't think I deserve downvotes either, but I'm biased ;-) @matnagle (other question): At the link Zoredache posted I found the following text: "Note that balancing will not be perfect, as it is route based, and routes are cached. This means that routes to often-used sites will always be over the same provider." I read that as, "connections to the same IP (same webserver) will always go over the same provider"
Apr
6
comment How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
@Zoredache: split routing will likely run the traffic for one IP over the same link over and over again. The original question states he wants to balance different elements from a single web page over the two lines. If you have an answer, post it.
Apr
6
revised How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
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Apr
6
answered How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?