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Aug
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comment vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
@BlueCompute: yes you're right. The problem is that we were first trying to solve this problem. But in a sense you're right we should re-install it on a newer OS !
Aug
15
answered How to launch a SSH tunnel with upstart
Aug
15
comment vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
I added a screenshot of disk I/O latency.
Aug
15
revised vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
Add graphic
Aug
15
comment vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
I must add, that the software installed is the Symantec console (that comes with MS-SQL light) as a aim to manage the machines on the network. But it doesn't seem to use a lot of CPU.
Aug
15
comment vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
Disk I/O: Write latency is between 60 and 300ms. Read latency between and 200. When I say "between" it means that I have a one-minute peak every 2 minutes and then a minimum, then it goes to almost zero for some dozens of seconds and then a peak again.
Aug
15
comment vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
I checked the logs, but there is so many lines that I don't know what to look for. (20'000 logs lines each hour). I have so many messages like "GuestInfo changed 'guest.disk'" "Received callback in WaitForUpdatesDone" and thinks like that... In the guest logs (logs that are stored with the machine vmx file) I only see two lines that seems to be recurrent : 1) vmx| GuestRpcSendTimedOut: message to toolbox timed out. 2) mks| SVGA: Restoring cursor bypass 3 from vm which took 3->2->3 roundtrip
Aug
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asked vmware virtual machine keeps freezing
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Jul
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comment Windows-equivalent of this linux command
Dear thelastblack, I hope this could help you : stackoverflow.com/questions/8944860/…
Jul
23
revised How to format a partition under FreeBSD
Included content of link because it went 404. Changed link to the new, valid, URL.
Jul
23
comment How to format a partition under FreeBSD
yes seems the link has gone 404. The new link is : forums.freebsd.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=19087&p=108748
Jul
21
comment sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used
Yes !!! Congratulations to HBruijn, stupid of me, I forgot to remove the sudo from /home/hremotessh/scripts/redirect.sh ! Thanks a lot everyone for your help !
Jul
21
accepted sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used
Jul
21
comment sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used
What is the best way to be sure who I am logged in under ? At least what sudo is taking into account ?
Jul
21
comment sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used
Flup, yes, at least I'm amost sure, I did the following from root : su - apache -s /bin/bash
Jul
21
asked sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used
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accepted VMware ESXi 5.5 : cannot login after password changed
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comment VMware ESXi 5.5 : cannot login after password changed
@ChristopheC: yes, strange, mine was clearly limited to 30.