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comment Can I use a server adapter card for GigE cameras on an industrial PC?
The whole point of GigE cameras is that it's easy to interface many of them because the interface bandwidth is much higher than the camera needs. Can you tell us the make and model camera you're talking about?
Aug
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comment When Upgrading My 3.5" HDs To SSD HDs Can I Continue To Still Use RAID 1 (MIRROR)?
What SSDs do you plan to use? And how much of their space do you expect to use?
Aug
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Aug
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comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
@kasperd Yes, exactly. Those errors indicate he's trying to do something that's already been done. The only question he's asked is why he's getting those errors, so that's why I answered it.
Aug
25
comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
It depends what there is. Read the man pages for commands like ip.
Aug
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Aug
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comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
When it says "File exists", it's because the specific thing you are creating already exist. If you down all the interfaces and remove all the IPs and routes, you won't get those errors.
Aug
25
comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
Changes to what? The only question you've asked references specific errors that I've already explained. We honestly don't know what you're asking because we've answered the only question you've asked.
Aug
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comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
@sugarisgood What problem? You still get precisely the same errors? Because that's the only problem you've mentioned.
Aug
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comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
Then I guess I don't know what your question is. You might want to edit the question so that people can find out exactly what you want explained or what help you need.
Aug
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comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
The various File exists errors.
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Aug
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comment Linux mem kernel option caps at 12GB?
You forgot to ask a question. What do you want to know?
Aug
20
comment How can I access a URL through it's IP address?
David and Jeff may have the same phone number, but getting David on the phone and getting Jeff on the phone still result in you talking to a different person. You connect to the same phone endpoint, but what happens after you connect is different.
Aug
19
comment SSH broken due to chmod -R /*
Your only description of the problem is that SSH is "broken". It's not even clear if it's the server or the client that's broken or in what way it, whatever it is, is broken.
Aug
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comment NFS poor write performance
+1 The most likely explanation is that sync was not correctly disabled.
Aug
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comment How is device to send a response packet selected
If you're sending a letter to someone in Sweden, and you could use a return address in Italy or a return address in Sweden, which do you think you'd use?
Jul
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comment understanding web server memory usage
@user3413046 That's not a simple question. Paging is one way to tell. Poor performance is another. Experience with similar systems and understanding their behavior is another way. It takes years of experience to understand how to make those kinds of judgments. Do not believe anyone who tells you there are shortcuts or simple rules of thumb that always work.
Jul
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comment understanding web server memory usage
@user3413046 Don't do this. Understand how memory actually works and understand your system in terms of what it's really doing rather than making up unreal terms to force an unrealistic mental model that doesn't apply. The real usage is, and should be, as much as possible. Almost all RAM usage is effectively as a cache.