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Feb
27
comment Hyper Threading and Virtual Machines?
@dyasny Not until now, thank you. I'll look into it.
Feb
27
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Feb
27
comment Using Windows Server 2008 R2 and PfSense
pfSense uses DNSMasq for it's DHCP server, DNSMasq is very configurable. I've never used Windows' DHCP server, but pfSense has supported both iSCSI booting and PXE booting as well as chain loading iPXE...
Feb
27
comment How can I block all but three ports in Ubuntu?
Why not use UFW?
Feb
27
comment Hyper Threading and Virtual Machines?
Ok, so no more than 12 "cores" (75% of 16) allocated?
Feb
27
comment Hyper Threading and Virtual Machines?
I choose Proxmox over ESXi because Proxmox has a few extra features like complete management from a web gui, clustering, the server's specs are not artificially limited by licensing and a few other I can't quite remember. Plus, 2.0 will include AD authentication which is very useful for us, not sure if ESXi does...
Feb
26
comment Hyper Threading and Virtual Machines?
I do plan to allocate exactly as many cores/threads as are available, but I do not plan to over-allocate.
Feb
26
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Feb
26
comment Hyper Threading and Virtual Machines?
How exactly are two threads faster than four?
Feb
26
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Feb
26
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Feb
25
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Feb
25
accepted Do Dual CPUs Provide Fault Tolerance?
Feb
25
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Feb
24
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Feb
24
revised Why change default ssh port?
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Feb
24
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Feb
24
revised Best way to start a program at boot on Ubuntu Server
wrong rc.local file specified...
Feb
24
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Feb
23
comment Apache 2.4 Web Based Console
I really hope this is true! By the way, doesn't IIS already have a web based config editor?