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Sep
11
comment bash: fork: Cannot allocate memory Apache
It is running a 32-bit kernel I will try sync before free -m, but I really don't think it's related to a lack of memory on the box, more likely how it's allocated.
Sep
10
asked bash: fork: Cannot allocate memory Apache
Sep
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
20
asked GRE Tunnel to Add IPs
Aug
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
11
accepted How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?
Feb
8
comment How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?
strange, that's completely backwards for me. I found out from my colo guy that he installed the raids wrong anyways
Feb
8
awarded  Commentator
Feb
8
comment How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?
/proc/mdstat wasn't useful to me for some reason, but the dmesg | grep raid was certainly where I started. Thanks.
Feb
8
answered How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?
Feb
8
asked How to determine if a CentOS system is Raid-1?
Nov
4
accepted Capture All DNS Traffic
Nov
4
comment Capture All DNS Traffic
wow, thank you very much!
Nov
4
comment Capture All DNS Traffic
so you're suggesting writing my own program that will just accept all and punt back our default answer?
Nov
3
awarded  Editor
Nov
3
revised Capture All DNS Traffic
added 110 characters in body; edited title
Nov
3
comment Capture All DNS Traffic
yes, but I am trying to capture this traffic, not redirect it to another DNS server. basically I want anyone who makes a DNS request of my server to get an answer, but it needs to answer the same for ALL requests
Nov
3
asked Capture All DNS Traffic
Jul
23
answered Does rdesktop for Linux work properly yet?
Jul
23
answered Locate for Linux that includes filesize and permissions?