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Oct
18
comment port forwarding with socks over proxy
so, to clarify, kiste.companydomain.com is on one LAN, and hosts 'gateway' and 'wikiserver' are on another LAN? and gateway and wikiserver are on the same LAN?
Oct
18
answered Can a virtualized machine have the CPU and RAM resources of multiple underlying physical machines?
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Feb
12
awarded  Yearling
Jan
28
comment Where did the free space go?
That is not just a good answer, it's also a great tutorial. Thanks!
Jan
28
comment Where did the free space go?
you need to provide more information about how the LVM is set up. PE size, LE size, etc. (lvdisplay, lvs, pvs, etc) Between the difference between the actual binary size of the disk compared to the decimal size of the disk, and the overhead of lvm, your space is in there somewhere. Have you tried lvresize on your LV to see if you can grow it that other 100G?
Jan
19
answered NFS Mount Options on Solaris 10
Jan
4
comment Unmount a nfs mount where the nfs server has disappeared
brilliant! just the solution I needed today! Thanks.
Nov
8
awarded  Revival
Nov
4
answered Unexplained slow gigabit network speeds
Nov
4
answered Windows XP on ESXi 4 box has very high CPU when idle
Nov
4
answered Solaris 10 (U10) Live upgrade not working
Nov
4
answered Solaris 10- high kernel utilization (%sys)
Nov
4
comment Solaris as a server OS - what are the disadvantages?
Solaris patching is super easy, there are just no good Sun or Oracle tools for it. The best tool is Martin Paul's Patch Check Advanced, from [par.univie.ac.at/solaris/pca/]
Nov
4
comment Running a command as the root “role” in Solaris 11?
you need to post more information about exactly what problems are occuring. do you have logs that show errors? the root 'role' account is generally permitted to do pretty much anything the 'root' user can do, except log in. I would encourage you to look into RBAC a little more, and use it to create a profile specifically to provide the privileges and authorizations that your application needs, to enable you to run it as a non root user. I've been running Oracle, Sun Cluster, Apache, Mysql, and other applications under RBAC for several years, and I can tell you, it's eminently possible.
Nov
4
answered Encryption on Solaris (using Keystore)
Oct
29
answered What are SMTP relays and smarthosts?
Aug
18
answered phpMyAdmin says mcrypt is missing, but it's not; cannot log in
Apr
12
comment IP ACL for SPAN port on 3560
your interface for vlan555 needs to be 'no shut'.