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Feb
16
comment Monitor bandwidth over time, excluding certain networks?
These are dedicated servers, not colo, so I can't install my own hardware.
Feb
15
asked Monitor bandwidth over time, excluding certain networks?
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
14
asked Determining which process is causing heavy disk I/O?
Aug
19
comment Apache can't be restarted after changes to the configuration file
@Sharifhs You told us what you have done, but you haven't said anything at all what went wrong. Does the server start? It serving pages? Are PHP files being run or just returned as source code? Is it giving any errors? etc etc etc. Without more info, no real help can be given besides wild guesses.
Jul
12
awarded  Benefactor
Jul
9
awarded  Promoter
Jun
18
comment how do I make solaris shell more familiar for a linux user?
@Chris S: I don't think that particular effect has anything at all to do with the particular OS. People are used to what they know, changing things around is annoying, makes things harder, etc. Doesn't matter if it's Windows->Linux, Linux->Solaris, Windows->Mac, etc.
Jun
5
awarded  Yearling
May
21
asked H.323 to RTSP gateway?
May
14
comment Hardware RAID Controller Support for SSD TRIM
This is not correct. It supports TRIM for drives NEXT TO a RAID, not IN a RAID. For example, you have 2 1TB drives in RAID, and then a SSD by itself, all three drives connected to the Intel chipset. The intel controller would be in RAID mode, but the SSD itself was not in a RAID. Notice how the page specifically says: TRIM isn't supported for SSDs participating in a RAID array
May
7
answered Need a hardware solution for remote controling a PC
Apr
21
answered What is the optimum number of admins to server?
Apr
15
comment Batch scripting: iterate over drive letters?
Oh my bad, I misread 'batch' as 'bash'. Well, I'll leave this post here in case someone wants to iterate in bash in windows in the future.
Apr
15
answered Batch scripting: iterate over drive letters?
Apr
15
comment how many tables can an MS SQL database hold?
If you have 32,767 tables in your database, you're doing it wrong.
Apr
15
answered Necesity of ModSecurity if Apache is behind Nginx
Apr
15
answered Do you need to update or patch the kernel for security
Apr
15
asked Can I have a SSL certificate for direct IP access?
Apr
9
comment Monitoring physical RAM errors on Linux
This places extra load on the server and may even cause running services to fail with out of memory errors. ECC memory as mentioned by voretaq7 is the way to go.