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Sep
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comment Zabbix: Nagios like hosts/services status list
The Nagios page that the questioner is describing shows only servers with issues. The Zabbix overview shows more than that and doesn't scale well at all if he/she has lots of servers and services. The triggers page is probably the closest analog to what he/she is looking for.
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Jun
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answered Centos 6, apache mod_perl configured but not working
May
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answered How to you Monitor your Server in real time?
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Mar
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comment Increase InnoDB buffer pool size
what distribution? are you using the distro's packages or something else? How are you starting mysql? In short, what did you install, what did you install it on, and how did you install it?
Jan
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comment change account's main domain in directadmin
JUST as an FYI for anyone reading this at a later date, "Go to Change a Domain name" does not always appear as a linked option to the user. That depends upon the DA skin you you have assigned to them. Earlier versions of the default skin did not, some of the simpler skins available don't. The url CMD_CHANGE_DOMAIN should always work regardless of what skin you are using and of course as an admin you can always temporarily assign the "power user" skin to the user that needs to make a domain name change.
Jan
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comment change account's main domain in directadmin
That's what the command CHANGE_DOMAIN does, it changes the domain. It changed the domain you give it to a domain it will ask you for. You need to be logged into DA as the user that owns domain1. DA will prompt you to give it the domain name you want to change it to. It will then adjust the DNS and apache confs renaming domain 1 to whatever domain2 you provide to it.
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answered change account's main domain in directadmin
Dec
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answered Installing MySQL 5.5.19 with Macports
Dec
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comment What is the best way to move MySQL data from one server to another
and this site has a lot of good info too. serverfault.com/search?q=xtrabackup
Dec
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comment What is the best way to move MySQL data from one server to another
Percona has a considerable amount of documentation for xtrabackup on their website. percona.com/doc/percona-xtrabackup/?id=percona-xtrabackup:start
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comment What is the best way to move MySQL data from one server to another
By the time you establish replication you could have completed the task using other means.
Dec
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answered What is the best way to move MySQL data from one server to another
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answered How come Core i7 (desktop) dominates Xeon (server)?
Aug
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comment How can I display the IP address of an interface?
ip addr show eth1| grep inet|awk '{print $2;}'
Aug
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comment If I send data to my computer using its public hostname, does it actually go over the internet?
The question was If I send data to my computer over the internet, does it actually go over the internet? The description is I'm using my >public hostname< to connect to a MySQL database. The hostname >resolves to my server's external IP< (e.g. 1.2.3.4). Is the data I'm sending/receiving via the MySQL connection going over the internet at all? Your answer did not answer the question as posed. Yank the cord and see what happens is, at best, coming up short. Yes, you answered the secondary question, would it be faster to use localhost, but as to the original question you came up short.
Aug
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comment If I send data to my computer using its public hostname, does it actually go over the internet?
Not even close to correct. Local network?
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