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comment How do you delete a counter in graphite whisper?
@dave Unfortunately no. It's been a while and we've move to a new graphite server so the issue has "solved" itself.
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answered Upgrading linux-headers-server and linux-image-server fails
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comment Connecting to a ESXi guest remotely
Thanks @David. It took a bit to get vSphere running (had to get a windows VM since wine didn't like it). I now have access to a console. Some kind of issue with Grub.
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comment How to capture the queries run on mysql server?
Thanks @Daniel. We've turned this on, however there's no timestamp information in the log. Any idea how to get a timestamp in there?
Feb
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comment How to capture the queries run on mysql server?
Ah...mysqladmin. Perfect, thanks @HTTP500
Feb
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comment How to capture the queries run on mysql server?
@Patrick Glad to hear it's easy on linux! Fire away...
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asked How to capture the queries run on mysql server?
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comment GIT as a backup tool (am I a silly person?)
The big problem with this is that there is no central control - you need to have direct (ssh) access to the machine to preform any form of maintenance or backup validation. I always find installing an app on the boxes to be backed up then administering them from a central location is a much bigger win.