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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
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
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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?
Jul
23
comment Filter fields with space character from csv file on command line
was this comment necessary? Sed, Awk, Grep and the like are SIMILAR across *NIX and BSD systems, but not always the same.