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Jul
12
comment VNC server login issue wit CentOS release 5.7 (Final)
Which VNC client are you using? Sounds like an incompatibility issue between the client and server.
Apr
6
comment Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
Password checking just enforces a particular password strength. If you're satisfied with your particular password setup, then that's not a problem. What would be a problem here is setting the MySQL and FTP passwords, as they use different hashing mechanisms, and there's no way to pass a hashed password to the WHM.
Apr
6
comment Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
You could add a little extra to the script where you pull the password hash from /etc/passwd before deleting the account and then replacing it after the createacct script is run. Otherwise just use the Password Modification function in the WHM.
Apr
6
answered Add regular unix user to whm to use cPanel
Apr
6
awarded  Supporter
Apr
5
answered How to execute a script when a Linux machine starts
Mar
3
awarded  Student
Mar
2
asked LVM2 Extend Issue
Jan
31
comment Dovecot Migration and old mails
Deserves a +1 just because of the nifty BaSH-ery! :)
Jan
31
answered Dovecot Migration and old mails
Dec
20
comment Hidden Spam Meta Descriptions
Try grep -RHn 'spam_pattern' ./* (assuming you're inside your webroot)
Dec
20
answered Hidden Spam Meta Descriptions
Dec
20
awarded  Editor
Dec
20
revised CentOS Adding Hard Disks
Corrected an inaccuracy, clarified a point.
Dec
20
comment CentOS Adding Hard Disks
Yes unfortunately so, but RAID10 is the ideal setup for a four-drive RAID array for both speed and fault tolerance. Two RAID0 arrays are doubling your already high chances of data loss. Also, unlike RAID5, it can be reliably be run with software RAID without the additional (although some may argue minor) parity calculation overhead. With a hardware controller + BBU it just gets even better as you can increase your write speeds further with write caching.
Dec
20
answered CentOS Adding Hard Disks
Dec
14
comment Few requests/sec, but choke Apache and spike CPU
Is the server having to do anything extra in response to the requests? E.g. generate a dynamic 404 page? Is Apache actually the top CPU user? Does the CPU load appear to be I/O bound or is it indeed a CPU bottleneck?
Dec
14
awarded  Commentator
Dec
14
comment PHP fopen fails - does not have permission to open file in write mode
How is PHP being run? CGI, DSO, SuPHP, etc? These will determine the actual user PHP runs as, which is not always the same as the Apache server itself.
Dec
8
comment How can I boost WiFi data transfer rate?
To clarify: 8Mbit = 1MB/s (1mb/s is 1 Mbit). To reiterate what others have said -- you're only going to see significant speed improvements by going with a faster wireless technology (802.11n), hard-wiring, or moving closer to the wireless source (either the device itself or the end unit).