2,613 reputation
419
bio website blog.pkhamre.com
location Oslo, Norway
age 29
visits member for 4 years, 6 months
seen Mar 17 at 13:24

Devops oriented linux sysadmin and open source enthusiast. Works for Mintra with Trainingportal - Enriching people on knowledge.


Oct
28
comment Missing over 100GB of Space on sda1 RHEL
Great answer with a quick introduction on filesystem usage!
Oct
21
comment NFS host is not exporting the “share”
Okay, updated the answer with an fstab-entry.
Oct
21
revised NFS host is not exporting the “share”
added 186 characters in body
Oct
21
revised NFS host is not exporting the “share”
added 67 characters in body
Oct
21
comment NFS host is not exporting the “share”
Can you post the content of /etc/export on the server here? So I can update the answer.
Oct
21
answered NFS host is not exporting the “share”
Oct
10
comment How do I make the server response faster on search results (WP, nginx, apc)
@PappApp Maybe, but as mentioned above, Varnish won't help to speed up searches if searches are unique and different all the time.
Oct
9
answered How do I make the server response faster on search results (WP, nginx, apc)
Oct
8
reviewed Approve benchmark my own servers
Oct
8
comment How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
If you are on RAID, you can use mdadm to manage it.
Oct
8
comment How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
Are you sure you are not using RAID? cat /proc/mdstat to check.
Oct
8
comment How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
You need to decide that yourself. As long as you don't overwrite any partitions or format any current partitions you should be safe.
Oct
8
comment How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
If you are just creating a new filesystem it does not need to match anything. For /dev/sdb, do the same with mkfs. When you are done you can mount it, mount /dev/sda2 /some/mount/point or mount /dev/sdb2 /some/other/mount/point.
Oct
8
comment How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
@Ultra Then you can just create a filesystem with mkfs. E.g. mkfs -t ext4 /dev/sda2
Oct
8
answered How to use all disk space on preinstalled Linux
Oct
7
comment How to add nginx file upload module to Debian Squeeze?
Okay, it is probably just compiled into the nginx binary file.
Oct
7
comment How to add nginx file upload module to Debian Squeeze?
Can you run dpkg --listfiles nginx-extras and check if there is any upload-module related files?
Oct
7
comment How to add nginx file upload module to Debian Squeeze?
Okay, looks like you have the proper package installed. I'm out of ideas, sorry!
Oct
7
comment How to add nginx file upload module to Debian Squeeze?
Can you add the output of dpkg --list | grep -i nginx ?
Oct
7
comment nginx and try_files confusion
No, the fallback uri must exist as the documentation tells. About sending the 404 header, I do not know.