• MYSQL database high availability

    I have cent os based LAMP system. My question is that, what is the best way to make mysql database high availability. As per me database clustering is a good option can you please suggest me.

    Chetanm145 pointsBadges:
  • Changing CentOS code

    can i edit the code of cent os?

    Sadaf5 pointsBadges:
  • FreeRadius CentOS 5.5 Help

    Hello, I have setup a freeradius server on CentOS with a SQL backend. I am unable to autenticate using NTRadPing to test a user conenction. Just need some help to debug and find out the cause. Thanks! Scott

    Jonessc5 pointsBadges:
  • J-Meter: Response code 302

    Hi, I was trying to test using Jmeter 2.3.4 . My test plan uses http Proxy server set to record the actions on the browser. My testplan tree has a cookie manager,  test steps and a view result tree listener. I was able to record the actions (login) properly. But during replay Home page url gave...

    Nubee5 pointsBadges:
  • Linux newbie question

    Here's the deal. As an experienced PC and Macintosh technician, I find myself very much at a disadvantage when it comes to using Linux. I've been able to install various flavors from Fedora to CentOS to Ubuntu ( the process is rather straightforward), but once installed, other than using the OS,...

    Pressler29042,190 pointsBadges:
  • Network printing through OpenVPN

    I set up an OpenVPN server in bridged mode - using tap0 - and client both running CentOS 4.4. The VPN works perfectly, except for printing from the client LAN - 10.1.2.x/24 to the server LAN - 10.1.1.x/24. I am using a HP 1320n network printer with IP 10.1.1.100 on the server side. I can telnet to...

    Skyfly2215 pointsBadges:
  • iSCSI target

    Hi, Can someone help me with it? I need some Ethernet HBA for iSCSI target, to my storage. Can't find anywhere! Going nuts! Thanks!

    Aeee5 pointsBadges:
  • Has anyone put Linux EXT4 Filesystem under pressure yet

    Im interested to see if anyone has put EXT4 under real pressure yet. I would really like to know about peoples experience with large file systems running as both file servers and database server. Thanks Jason

    Jmm-irl130 pointsBadges:
  • Trashed Linux file permissions

    Hi there I have two Linux CentOS 4.7 boxes and I have trashed the file permissions on one of them “chmod –R 776 .” I happened to be running Root at the top of the file system. Does anyone know if its possible for me to backup just the files permissions from my good box and restore them over...

    Jmm-irl130 pointsBadges:
  • VMware benchmarks for popular Linux distros

    Can anyone point me to benchmarks or performance tests comparing the major flavors of Linux/OS with VMware? Thank you. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • VMWare ESXi Hypervisor Installation on CentOS 64

    Currently have a virtual installation of SME 7.3 on Centos64/Vmware server for the last year Interested in hearing about the free virtual platform, the ESXi hypervisor What is the difference from the Vmware server that I am running ? Is it true that the ESXi hypervisor will be able to run direct on...

    ITKE364,170 pointsBadges:
  • Virtualization Product Choices

    I will be setting up my new system in a couple of weeks. I'll be running CentOS 5 on a quad core AMD Opteron. I'm going to run Windows XP as a guest OS, and possibly 1 or more Linux distros. Does anyone have any suggestions? I am currently considering Xen or Virtualbox, leaning towards Xen.

    Chunter110 pointsBadges:
  • NO route to host

    I have a centOS 4.5 i can ping to goole.com and i can ping each other but i cannot ssh and that is the erro message when i do the ssh. Please help

    Natofia5 pointsBadges:

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