Debian wheezy system, trying to get some SNMP names in my snmpwalk.
cat: /tmp/tmp.4hFK5WH1Uf/snmpv2/NS-ADDR.mib: No such file or directory
WARNING: Module(s) not found: NETSCREEN-ADDR-MIB
change the ARCHDIR line from:
We host Windows based virtual servers on Xen host machines and to get the best performance from these systems, we add in the GPL’ed Paravirtualization drivers available on the Meadowcourt page.
Maybe I’m doing it wrong or the hard way, but when doing a fresh install of a Windows system, the only way of getting […]
Been playing with ports/drives/SSDs in MacMinis recently and I thought I would attempt something that I hadn’t seen anyone else try.
Replace the Mini-PCIe Airport card in an Intel MacMini with an SSD. The idea being that this would become the boot device to the 2 mirrored drives internally.
So I picked up this item […]
Apple, in it’s Infinite wisdom, has decided that we no longer need QuickTime Streaming as a function of OS X Server. A client recently purchased a new MacMini Server (Lion Server) and in the process of working through migrating data and services off some old XServe G4s we found that QTSS was missing.
There is […]
Was searching for some laptop drives this morning on Google Shopping and searching for the term “Seagate Momentus” produced this as the first hit:
Not sure how I’ll fit a bag of yummy chips into a MacMini, but I’ll give it a try, Google!!!
Thanks to everyone who came to my presentation today at the Lone Star PHP conference.
Here is my presentation in PDF form.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
I previously posted about the migration we performed for a customer for their email server.
This weekend we performed a cutover for another client from an older dedicated MySQL database server to a newer piece of hardware. First, the graph:
And so […]
Please come to the LoneStar PHP conference on June 11 where I will be giving a talk about setups/workflows for development and deployment of PHP based web sites/applications.
Where Crowne Plaza Suites – Coit/635
When: Saturday, June 11, 2011 – 8:00am – 5:30pm
How: A bargain at $60 and lunch is provided.
When setting up webservers for clients, I’ll usually configure and secure an installation of phpMyAdmin to allow them easy access to the MySQL database server.
I would also want to make sure it was easy to update that installation to the latest stable version. In the past this was easily done by initially checking out […]
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