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May
17
comment Last time i walked into a SQL-Server with bad formatted disks
"The bad news is, you're pitching on Tuesday."
May
17
revised Last time i walked into a SQL-Server with bad formatted disks
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May
17
comment Last time i walked into a SQL-Server with bad formatted disks
This question's title made me think it was leading up to a great punchline. "A guy walks into a server room..."
May
17
answered 13 IP addresses, how to add them to domain SPF?
May
16
comment how do I configure IIS to post logs to sql server?
Good point about restarting the SQL Server interrupting the logging process. What do you use for loading scripts? An SSIS package?
May
16
comment how do I configure IIS to post logs to sql server?
@stacker "Big" is relative. As long as you have the hard drive space, SQL Sever can handle it. Tables of tens f millions of rows are nothing for the database engine. Of course, performance while parsing or mining that daa is another story. You could implement table paritioning or once in a while split the data by month or year ino its own table. Personally, if I had the space I'd keep the data around for at least three years for trending purposes, bu I'm a bit of a data packrat.
May
16
comment Mount ftp as filesystem
@aioobe Sorry, I'm out of ideas. =(
May
16
comment Should I go along with my choice of web hosting company or still search?
@Devner Wow. Wow. Wow. That sounds like a flaky provider to me. Not one that I would trust, anyway. At this point, I would suggest simply looking for another web host that offers good low-end accounts with the option of upgrading in the future.
May
15
comment Which type of memory is faster than average for server use?
Great points! I'm pretty much oblivious to this. Shame on me. =)
May
15
comment Somewhat powerful server needed for computationally expensive stuff
@pQd Thanks for the link! I'll keep them in mind for my own usage.
May
15
comment What's the difference between Unix socket and TCP/IP socket?
Bronze this answer since it may have been the one to get you 10k. =)
May
15
comment Which type of memory is faster than average for server use?
"You like me! You really like me!" =)
May
15
answered List of registered domain names
May
15
comment Somewhat powerful server needed for computationally expensive stuff
Happy 10K! Which answer pushed you over the edge?
May
15
answered Should I go along with my choice of web hosting company or still search?
May
15
answered Which type of memory is faster than average for server use?
May
15
answered Somewhat powerful server needed for computationally expensive stuff
May
15
revised How to configure my local server to send email
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May
15
comment How to configure my local server to send email
@fenis and @andol: I was only suggesting those methods as troubleshooting steps to see where the breakdown was taking place. Telnet to see if it was the remote mailserver's issue. The PHP CLI to see if it was an AppArmor problem. Checking SELinux to see if it was a rule allowing traffic out but not in. I've edited my answer to make it clearer that I am not suggesting those are ways to solve the problem, but only to narrow down the field of possible problems. Thanks!
May
15
comment Mount ftp as filesystem
@aioobe Try 0.9.2, not the 0.9.2-1 version