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comment the name of the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site
Use one of the many SSL checking sites to make sure you sent all appropriate intermediary certificates. You're not seeing the error I'd expect with this problem, but I always suggest checking it first.
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comment See what's filling up the server memory?
Your problem description is really vague. Why were you looking at the browser source code? Also a description like "went out of memory" is too vague to be useful. Virtual memory? Physical memory? Free RAM? Or what? Someone who understands your setup needs to troubleshoot.
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comment Small business server - ECC Memory… really?
There is no "one size fits all" answer. It depends on how reliable you need the system to be (what goes wrong if it fails subtly) and how reliable other components are.
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comment DHCP clients geting ip address after booting in DHCP environment
You need to first explain what problem you're trying to solve, then how you determined the cause of the problem, next the reasoning that lead you to your proposed solution before you can finally ask for help implementing your proposed solution.
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comment Slow hard disk speeds on Windows Server 2008
How are you measuring?
May
18
comment DNAME Functionality Using CNAME
@AndrewB Cosmetics is about what you point to something, not about what you point something to. He wants to redirect the name they gave him to something else, which is a "what it goes to" thing, not a "what goes to it" thing. At least, that's how I read the question.
May
18
comment DNAME Functionality Using CNAME
Your question doesn't make sense. They gave you something that links to the teamspeak server. Why would you want to make it link to something else? And if so, what?
May
18
comment DOS / DDOS on Apache, resource loads are great but everything is slow
You forgot to ask a question. The button you pressed is called Ask Question for a reason. We have no idea what help you need.
May
18
comment RAM usage by Apache server in Wordpress Site
Are you having an actual problem with performance or something? Or would you just prefer your server waste more RAM?
May
13
comment Preventing theft of data on remotely deployed servers exposed to physical access
@giomanda And it's "threat model". And part of what it means is that you have to thoroughly understand what you're securing and what you're securing it from. You might use SEAL Team Six to defend Fort Knox from Al Qaeda, but not to defend your new plasma TV from neighborhood thieves.
May
13
comment UDP packet loss cause
It's hard to know because the OP only tells us what's the same about the two machines, not what's different. It could, for example, be power management -- the machine with the higher loss may not be able to process a burst of packets as quickly when waking after power management kicks in, so the hardware buffer gets full and the tail packets get dropped.
May
13
comment Preventing theft of data on remotely deployed servers exposed to physical access
@giomanda If you want computer to be a physical vault that can withstand physical attacks, it has to be physically constructed like a vault. This can be done, but it's expensive and complex. You need physical tamper detection linked to a circuit that physically remove sensitive data (typically the key used to encrypt the data at rest on the device) from storage. It will take a security expert to design the hardware and the software framework.
May
13
comment Preventing theft of data on remotely deployed servers exposed to physical access
It's not really clear what the threat model is. You want a device that is invulnerable to physical compromise? That's going to be very complex and expensive. Computers are not vaults. If you want a vault, you need a vault.
May
3
comment How to run a single-threaded application on multiple processor cores efficiently?
This is way too generic a description of the problem. To give you any kind of useful help, we'd need much more specific information.
Apr
29
comment My VPSs CPU load hardly go beyond 0.2. Am I wasting my money on unused resources?
Are you sure you're paying for 1.0? On many virtual hosting schemes, you are only permitted to burst to 1.0 and will find yourself brutally throttled if you stay there for long or often. (Because they've sold more vCPUs than physical CPUs.) For example, Amazon T2 instances are like this. If this is a t2.small, you're maxed.
Apr
23
comment KVM port-forwarding from ppp0 to VM's bridged NIC not working, but to VM's NAT NIC works?
Is the host connected wirelessly?
Apr
23
comment setup domain with random ip addresses
I've read that several times and I still can't figure out what "sends this request with different ip addresses" means. Do you mean to different IP address? Or from them? And, whichever, why do you think you need that and what do you think it will accomplish?
Apr
20
comment SQL Server total memory less than target memory, lot of extra memory unallocated
How big is your database?
Apr
20
comment setup domain with random ip addresses
You should explain why you think you need that and what you think it will accomplish.
Apr
17
comment When should I consider to add more RAM to VPS instead of CPU?
The OS itself uses RAM for disk caching.