Alec Istomin
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Output IPaddress of VM using ARM template
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Answer really comes from Azure docs "value": "[reference(resourceId('Microsoft.Network/publicIPAddresses',variables('publicIPAddressName'))).IpAddress]", Get fancy and construct SSH login string ...

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How to connect to P2P clients behind a router?
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You need nat traversal (nat-t) or nat hole punching. This is a partial solution, as many nat gateways will not allow that. This means you'll need servers with public IPs to pass the traffic between ...

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My Ubuntu VPS is not using available swap, even if OOM. What to do?
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This looks like behavior of OpenVZ VPS, where swap cannot be controlled (added/enabled/disabled) from within the VPS itself. Only from the Host machine, or via configuration controls exposed to VPS ...

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Modifications to sysctl.conf in openVZ container, do they even take effect?
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OpenVZ has the kernel that is shared between host and all containers, thus settings that might affect other containers and host are prohibited from modifications from inside a container. You can try ...

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System load on OpenVZ hardware node - is it reliable?
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OpenVZ works as designed and is configured to contain high-demanding container within it's limits without affecting others on the same box. Load Average is not surprising, since host sees all process ...

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firewall-cmd on OpenVZ CentOS 7
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Iptables, being a kernel functionality, needs to be explicitly loaded on openvz host and enabled per container. If you have access to host, follow man vzctl and look for --netfilter. Older openvz ...

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Set default wallpaper for all users in Win7?
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The simple solution is to replace the default windows background, in case when Themes service is running and Aero is enabled it's located here: C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows\img0.jpg What I've ...

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How to troubleshoot an unexpected Linux shutdown
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Assuming this is a kernel oops (kernel panic), you need to capture the output from the server console to understand what exactly happened. You can do so using: Physical access to console, typically ...

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Remotely Managing Windows machines without Active Directory
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Look into Sysinternal's PsTools It's really easy to use, no need to install anything on target machines, works with older Windows versions. Make sure you test the command on a test machine/VM, ...

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how to create a screen session within an existing screen session
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If you want to run screen within another screen, you need to change screen control character combination (by default it's Ctrl + a). Typically the first (outer) screen would be controlled with "Ctrl+...

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How do I see if user connected to mysql over ssh tunnel?
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If you'd like to understand who might be logged in right now, use netstat with option to show process pid/name and filter for ssh and mysql, you will immediately see established ssh sessions and ...

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Apache 2.4.9 100% CPU load of random workers
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Most likely the problem is memory shortage for apache. Apache doesn't have enough memory to to complete properly and thus get into unpredictable state resulting in the CPU loop. I recommend to reduce ...

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