Pascal Thivent
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How to understand the memory usage and load average in linux server
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(1) I see that each of the running processes occupies a very small percentage of memory (%MEM no more than 0.2%, and most just 0.0%), but how the total memory is almost used as in the fourth line of ...

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Suppressing ssh banner from OpenSSH client
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AFAIK, "ssh -q" or "LogLevel QUIET" in ~/.ssh/config are the "traditional" ways to silence the banner. So you already have a "better" compromise with "LogLevel ERROR". A more specific solutions ...

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How to clear linux logs?
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If you are using a graphical environment, you could use something like Disk Usage Analyser (aka Baobab) that can produce a nice ringschart as shown below: (source: marzocca.net) The command line ...

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Installing memcached in Ubuntu server 9.04
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To install version 1.4.1, follow the instructions of How can I install memcached? from the memcached FAQ (sometimes, official FAQ are helpful...): For a tutorial, go to: http://blog.ajohnstone....

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SSH Tunneling to box behind firewall
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From the SSH documentation on Port Forwarding: It is important to realize that if you have three hosts, client, sshdserver, and appserver, and you forward the traffic coming to the client's port x to ...

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How do i connect to server in ubuntu using .ppk file?
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Either install PuTTY and add a path to the key for the connection: alt text http://wazem.dyndns.org/temp/blog/id-rsa-to-ppk/putty.jpg Or convert your PuTTY ppk key into "normal" OpenSSH keys and ...

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what is the linux command for a root to delete a folder from home directory of any user
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First, check what is going to be deleted (as suggested by David, I should have mention that, I'd never run the next command blindly): ls -al /home/*/data And, if nothing is wrong, perform the ...

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How can I ensure that an environment variable is set for a user in a bash session?
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Some excerpts from the bash manpage: When bash is invoked as an interactive login shell, or as a non-interactive shell with the --login option, it first reads and executes commands from the file /...

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How do you do an automated migration from TWiki to XWiki?
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I know XWiki is working on a Wiki Importer ("à la" Conluence UWC), the version 1.0 has been released, but I don't know what it includes. I'd suggest asking this question on XWiki's user list. FYI, ...

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hardware sizing vs capacity planning
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There is a very accurate difference as explained by Joel in Capacity Planning, H/W Sizing: "[...] decide whether you need to do capacity planning or hardware sizing, you can't do both, at least not ...

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apache2, vhosts and servername directive
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Undo your modification in apache.conf and change your /etc/hosts file to: 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 mycomputername # The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts ::1 ip6-localhost ...

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Why should I switch to ext4 when upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10?
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Ok, according to this blog post introducing new features of Karmic Koala: Ext4 filesystem was introduced in Jaunty. In Karmic, it has graduated to become the default filesystem. Like the GRUB ...

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Installing SSL Support in Weblogic 10
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In the weblogic console, did you supply the keystore password ("myStorePass") on the Keystores Tab and the private key's password on the SSL tab?

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How to set a CNAME?
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A CNAME is a DNS record so I'd contact the admin of the DNS of your Intranet.

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URL Rewrite in WebLogic 11g
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If you are using Apache HTTPD with the Apache HTTP Server Plug-In in front of WebLogic, then it should be possible to use mod_rewrite before to send request to WebLogic. If not, then you could use ...

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certificate error while subdomain forwarding
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You wrote: I have a website call it http://subdomain.mydomain.com hosted on say 72.xx.xx.x So why would you setup additional subdomain forwarding for https? Name resolution is done ...

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Prevent a download to saturate all bandwidth on Linux
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I've personally never tried any applications for bandwidth throttling, but if you'd like a good place to see some applications for Linux, check out the "external links" section of the Bandwidth ...

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