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I am developing a system for storing records of images and the details of their contents. I'm trying to figure out the best way to store these records which have file sizes ranging from 10kB to 20MB and sometimes, although rarely, larger. Would this work well (efficiently) for such storage? # of...
At our department, we're creating a distributed application (which would be across several machines on a LAN). We don't want to send log files locally for each machine (that would fill up the disks) so we're looking to centralize logging over the network. Most of the files won't be important so a...
How DLL Files are created?
In our network all of our addresses are public per the policy of our ISP, (the state of washington). In order to use a pix for the inner firewall I had to incorporate a cisco hack to exclude all addresses from NATing. This was done with a standard access list following cisco instructions. Now I...
Inside of our company, we have several small networks that are used for testing and the majority of them have their own domain. I have a Windows XP workstation and I'm a member of one of the domains and I'm trying to figure out the name of the domain controller so I can see what other users are...
I currently have a TCP server that always listens for an incoming client, then it sends one packet of data every single second. Bur I have a quick question: Does a SYN/ACK packet only get sent on initial connections, like this: SYN ACK DATA DATA DATA Or is it sent with every packet, like this: SYN...
what is the purpose of vmware ?
Dear all experts, I would like upgrade the HP Proliant ml 370 g4 from 2003 to 2008. I help you help answer my question as below. Is the HP Proliant ml370 g4 compatible with Windows 2008 g4? How to change the boot sequence in HP Proliant ml370 g4? Can I boot from external DVD Rom because current...
I'm curious to find out if Windows 8 metro applications (developed in Visual Studio 11 and .NET Framework 4.5) can actually run in Windows 7 or XP. What needs to be done in order for me to find out its possible. Thanks!
What is the Oakley log file in Windows server 2008?
i have many time got heigh latency in network when i am ping toone router to other router, i am make a call for my service provider he said that problem in my network they did said one of node in my network doing broadcasting that why i am got hiegh latency ,please tell me how i solve this problem...
I need an RARP (reverse ARP) utility. Preferrably free!
I need to collect the attached storage types for each server in our environment. We have several hundred servers (all on either Windows Server 2003 or 2008). Ideally, we're looking for a script that can be used if the attached storage is either SAN, SAN mirrored, NAS or Local but we can't find a...
I want be a software developer. What should I do? I have done C++, C# and other more basic courses like MS Office, desktop publishing, tally, HTML.
I have a legacy Linux application that's listening on a UNIX domain socket. Now, I'm trying to connect to it through a TCP-connection on a port (Port 1234). What would be the easiest way to bind the port and then redirect all incoming connections to the domain socket?
A part of my organization is producing petabytes of data each year at one of our sites. They've asked me to fill up our multi-petabyte NAS to stimulate a system that's been running for a long time so we can analyze the software while it's running on our storage system. Now I could write a script...
How can I unbrick a Synology USB Station 2?
My partner and I are trying to build a RESTful API for my files on a cluster filesystem volume. We have 20 servers that share the same file systems so all we really need is RESTful API services which would allow us to stat(), read(), write(), listFolder(), delete(), setacl() etc. It has to support...
I've been using memcached for cache storage in my web application that's used by several of our customers. But, it only has a maximum size of 1 MB so I'm looking for a function that would measure the actual size of selected objects/arrays/etc. so I can prevent them from growing so big. This will...
I'm writing a web application that's going to store over 40MB of offline data in a Web SQL database. It needs to work in several browsers including: Safari, Android (mobile) and Chrome. I know how much storage the Safari desktop currently holds (500 MB) but I can't find anything when it comes to...