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May
20
comment How to restore a Debian system with a backup of “/”?
Restore it under what conditions? A total drive failure, the loss of some files? The corruption of something? Details matter!
May
18
revised On a system with 64GB mem the Linux Buffer run full while copying with dd to dev null and io stops till manual drop_caches
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May
15
revised scp remote file to local machine
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May
15
answered scp remote file to local machine
May
15
comment How do you know when server memory needs to be increased?
Which implementation of sar are you using? The one I have apparently doesn't have a -B option.
May
15
comment scp remote file to local machine
Put a set -x in your script before the problem so the exact command be executed is printed out on the screen?
May
15
answered init system vs configuration management
May
15
comment Multiple agents on one host
It is possible, but it would be pretty unusual.
May
15
answered In Puppet deployment, do all agent nodes have to be connected to an Internet repository?
May
14
comment Poor SSD I/O performance with rTorrent and Debian
Where is this system hosted. Are you sure you are not be throttled by your ISP?
May
13
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May
13
comment google-authenticator for two-factor-authentication support with openvpn client on linux
I am really confused how you expect to do anything if you can't change the server? What exactly do you mean by "can't change the server".
May
12
comment How often do you restart a heavily-utilized Windows Server 2008R2 Remote Desktop Server (VM)?
You are going to need to adjust the expectations of your users. IMO it is unreasonable of them to expect they can safely leave an idle session with unsaved data for any length of time. An unexpected crash, equipment failure, power outage or some other act of Chaos could just as easily destroy their unsaved work.
May
12
answered How often do you restart a heavily-utilized Windows Server 2008R2 Remote Desktop Server (VM)?
May
12
comment Route a port through a specific network interface
Go up to the table of contents for that document. There are a couple ways of classifying and selecting route tables described there (eg lartc.org/howto/lartc.netfilter.html). Also if you search around I bet you can find lots of tutorials.
May
12
comment Route a port through a specific network interface
lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html
May
12
comment DHCP Failover works but no DNS available
I am confused why you would have disabled IPv6. I don't see how doing that would fix/change a DNS problem. Are you publishing the same DNS servers on both DHCP servers? Do all the DNS servers return valid responses to queries when you aren't testing your failover state?
May
12
comment Hyper-V, Subnet Masks, External IP Addresses, Hetzner
Setup a VPN on the machine that will be a firewall/router. Give that the public address and do your NAT on it. Then adjust your management configuration for your Hyper-V host so that it is inside your network.
May
12
comment Proxy - Pac file - ipv6 with myAdresse()?
If you are running newer browsers there are new IPv6 capable functions that return a list of IPs myIPAddressEx() See blogs.msdn.com/b/wndp/archive/2006/07/18/…
May
11
revised HTTPS Proxy - Is it possible to proxy a HTTPS request without having certificates setup?
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