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Feb
21
comment Dependency errors while running apt-get -f install
I have. No luck with that.
Feb
21
comment Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
update 2 added above. more errors after cleaning up space
Feb
21
comment Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
thanks. Ill check for some guides so I dont muck too much up
Feb
21
comment Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
Whats the best method for cleaning out /boot manually?
Feb
21
comment Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
Please see update 1 above. I cant even get things to purge from /boot
Feb
21
comment Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
Thanks. Apparently my boot partition is full so I am currently looking into purging old before being able to run this repair. I'm reading up on this method ubuntugenius.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/…
Mar
27
comment 2008 R2 Cluster not failing over with iSCSI disconnect
let us continue this discussion in chat
Mar
27
comment 2008 R2 Cluster not failing over with iSCSI disconnect
no, I ran all tests, and all the storage passed
Mar
27
comment 2008 R2 Cluster not failing over with iSCSI disconnect
While we didnt go for a very expensive HP or Dell iSCSI solution, this isnt exactly a cheap unit either. Its made by QNAP. According to their site it supports SPC-3 Persistent Reservation QNAP Software Spec
Mar
26
comment 2008 R2 Cluster not failing over with iSCSI disconnect
yes. and all services failover and failback properly if I do it manually through the management console
Mar
26
comment .NET framework 3.5 not available
No, its definitely 2008 R2. I ended up doing what mfinni suggested and downloaded manually from Microsoft instead of enabling it locally on our WSUS
Mar
14
comment Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init
We finally got things working again. Just for time sake, we did a blanket command on all the files missing their permissions. find /mnt/foo/ -perm 000 -exec chmod 777 \{\}\; Zoredache, if you put in for an answer Ill mark it checked. Thanks!
Mar
14
comment Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init
We were able to finally get into the filesystem using lvdisplay mentioned above by Zoredache. It appears that many of the init and mount files have no permissions. We are working to restore the permissions to get it booted
Mar
14
comment Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init
Well put voretaq. We do have a very current backup, but the time it takes to restore from our backup system is horrendous, so I am trying to just repair it first.
Mar
14
comment Target filesystem doesn't have /sbin/init
parted magic sees it but cannot manipulate it because it is LVM2 PV. Ubuntu live cd says the resource is busy.
Mar
13
comment VirtualHost doesnt seem to be working
bah I was able to resolve the issue. forgot my entry in /etc/hosts
Mar
8
comment Moving a linux server to new hardware
realistically about 40gb
Mar
7
comment OS X WiFi settings via terminal?
I did find one command that lets me disable the hardware altogether and seems to require an administrator to renable. Maybe someone can confirm networksetup -setnetworkserviceenabled 'Airport' off
Mar
7
comment Moving a linux server to new hardware
Thanks Sean, i'll give it a go and report back
Oct
21
comment copy on OSX server preserving posix & acl
Hm. Does installing macports alone add the newer version or rsync or do you have to download an rsync port separately?