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An experienced software developer with a bit of sysadmin background. Can't dance.


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answered Linux + get the all information about the hardware from machine by tool or script
Feb
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comment Connecting to SQL Server with PHP on Mac
Have you tried to use an 'IP:port' format for the 'hostname'?
Feb
3
comment VirtualBox - difference in actual and virtual size of a disk
Solaris commands should be basically the same, not sure if dd supports seek parameter under Solaris, you can use dd if=/dev/zer0 of=add.raw bs=1024 count=10000000 if it does not. It will take some time since this command creates a 10G file on disk. You can use a lower count value if it is enough for you.
Feb
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answered VirtualBox - difference in actual and virtual size of a disk
Feb
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comment postfix SMTPD relay problems while sending
You can test sending from an outside using a port different from 25 temporary. Ports are configured in /etc/postfix/master.cf The default port is defined in this line: smtp inet n - - - - smtpd You should change the first smtp to some other numerical value, like this:1025 inet n - - - - smtpd (It will use port 1025 then)
Feb
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comment postfix SMTPD relay problems while sending
I don't think all is a proper configuration value for mynetworks, it should be 0.0.0.0/0 if you want to enable any IP to send email through your MTA. Actually, you don't want to enable anyway, because setting it to 0.0.0.0/0 will effectively turn your MTA to an open relay. That's not a good idea since every spammer will be able to utilize your open relay to send SPAM. It's better to leave mynetworks set to 127.0.0.0/8.
Feb
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answered postfix SMTPD relay problems while sending
Feb
3
answered MySQL InnoDB - innodb_file_per_table cons?
Feb
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answered How do I calculate the amount of tuning needed for my server?
Feb
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comment shorewall on debian proxy server troubleshooting
Probably forwarding is disabled at your Debian host, you should check /etc/shorewall/shorewall.conf and set IP_FORWARDING=On there
Feb
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accepted MySQL write intensive setup, kjournald performs a lot of I/O
Feb
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comment MySQL write intensive setup, kjournald performs a lot of I/O
To put stats tables in memory was an awesome idea, thank you! That saved a lot of I/O.
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Feb
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answered how to find mysql passwords
Feb
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answered VPS : How to deal to servers without swap?
Feb
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comment MySQL write intensive setup, kjournald performs a lot of I/O
I don't care about FS consistency too much, I'm going to set up MySQL replication anyway. And it's OK to lose data for several seconds if a master node fails.
Feb
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answered shorewall on debian proxy server troubleshooting
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