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comment Is it possible to disable CRAM-MD5 authentication for the postfix smtpd server?
huh. I tried mech_list and it just seemed to ignore it.
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answered Is it possible to disable CRAM-MD5 authentication for the postfix smtpd server?
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comment Why is reading from my lvm mirror slower than reading from the individual disks?
--getra is 256 on the PVs as well as the LV
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comment why does my dl380 G3 crank the fan up so high (and how do i stop it?)
just running hpasmd all the time seems to solve the problem.
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comment why does my dl380 G3 crank the fan up so high (and how do i stop it?)
yea I'm willing to test it.
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comment why does my dl380 G3 crank the fan up so high (and how do i stop it?)
i'm running linux. I've installed the "hpasm" tool which runs some sort of system monitoring daemon and lets me check the temperature and fan speed etc.
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comment why does my dl380 G3 crank the fan up so high (and how do i stop it?)
> which? Cool air or temp monitoring? Cool air. The temp is 109 in "I/O_ZONE" and 104 in CPU#1. Which is hot but it seems like it wouldn't melt if it was a bit hotter.