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revised Excluding four IP's from a /32 static route
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comment Excluding four IP's from a /32 static route
I haven't tried anything yet because its technically not my device. I'm trying to convince the other admin to make the changes on his side because otherwise I have to put these hosts on another subnet entirely which means downtime for a production system. I would like to know if its even possible before pursuing the issue further.
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comment Migrating GNU Mailman server to new hardware
when I run check_perms -f it finds about 400 issues but says I need to run as root to fix. After elevating to root I run the command again but it won't actually fix the permissions, just find them. Any ideas?
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comment Migrating GNU Mailman server to new hardware
Old server is running RHEL4 and mailman was installed via the Redhat supplied RPM. The exact package name is mailman-2.1.5.1-34.rhel4.6. The new server would be running RHEL6
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asked Migrating GNU Mailman server to new hardware
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comment Openfiler iSCSI performance
Applying the virtual-guest profile did make a noticeable difference, I am now getting 62.1MB/s on the dd test. The enterprise-storage profile made it worse so I'll stick with virtual-guest. Anything else I can do on the guest side to improve performance?
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comment Openfiler iSCSI performance
[root@localhost iperf-2.0.5]# ./configure ... checking for g++... no checking for c++... no checking for gpp... no checking for aCC... no checking for CC... no checking for cxx... no checking for cc++... no checking for cl.exe... no checking for FCC... no checking for KCC... no checking for RCC... no checking for xlC_r... no checking for xlC... no checking whether the C++ compiler works... no configure: error: in `/root/iperf-2.0.5': configure: error: C++ compiler cannot create executables
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comment Openfiler iSCSI performance
I do have a 256MB BBWC module attached to the storage controller and it is enabled. I'm trying to compile iperf on openfiler but it doesn't look like there is a suitable C compiler installed and of course, no package manager to get one. Any ideas?
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asked Openfiler iSCSI performance
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comment Server 2008 GPO not applying to Windows XP clients over site-to-site VPN
That was exactly what I needed. DSGetDC was failing and after some research I found there a registry key that I had to edit to turn off slow link detection. Thanks!!
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accepted Server 2008 GPO not applying to Windows XP clients over site-to-site VPN