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Systems Administrator with 10+ years of Linux, Windows, NAS, SAN and VMWare experience.


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awarded  Yearling
Jun
27
answered windows automatic copy / move / delete files
Jun
24
answered How to use suse linux as a small router
Jun
23
awarded  Editor
Jun
23
revised How to configure multiple virtual hosts for multiple users on Linux/Apache2.2
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Jun
23
answered How to configure multiple virtual hosts for multiple users on Linux/Apache2.2
Jun
23
answered Password recovery
Jun
20
awarded  Critic
Jun
16
comment Cannot enlarge MySQL Innodb_Buffer_Size, causes MySQL to crash
Well, glad to know you have it figured it out.
Jun
15
awarded  Commentator
Jun
15
comment Cannot enlarge MySQL Innodb_Buffer_Size, causes MySQL to crash
Not sure if you are hitting a memory limit for your box but I used this blog post a while back to size some of our MySQL server configs: mysqlperformanceblog.com/2006/05/30/innodb-memory-usage
Jun
15
comment Cannot enlarge MySQL Innodb_Buffer_Size, causes MySQL to crash
Are you running on a 32 bit system?
Jun
14
comment Zone File Confusion - i don't understand what's wrong!
Can you give us the lines from your zone file? I'm just get NXDomain when I query www so maybe there is a typo of some sort?
Jun
14
comment How do I verify that my CentOS Guest on a VMWare ESX Host is Using the vmware tools network driver?
VMNext3 is the latest iteration of the VMWare paravirtualized NIC. If you are using RHEL (or CentOS) 5 or 6 as well as Windows 2008, I would use VMNext3. Just remember, the VM has to be configured at the VMWare level to use the vmnext NIC, just enabling the driver without actually making the NIC a vmnext NIC in VMWare will not work.
Jun
14
answered How do I verify that my CentOS Guest on a VMWare ESX Host is Using the vmware tools network driver?
Jun
13
comment Very simple incomng mail server
The sendmail client is used for outgoing email but Sendmail itself is a standard MTA and is used all over the internet to send and receive mail. If you look at your /etc/mail/sendmail.mc file, you will see a lline that looks like this: DAEMON_OPTIONS(`Port=smtp,Addr=127.0.0.1, Name=MTA')dnl This tells sendmail to listen on the localhost address only. You can change this IP to your regulat IP and sendmail will listen for incoming connections. Just do a google search on setting up sendmail on CentOS or RHEL and you should be fine.
Jun
13
answered Very simple incomng mail server
Jun
13
answered Apache2 - Limit download speed
Jun
13
answered mysql user- MySQL Server permissions
Jun
11
answered Is it possible to Web Browsing on CentOS Server?