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  • IP Query

    Hi, I downloaded the app 'network connections' and for every app or webpage in use by my phone it connects to a different i.p. some have the first 3 numbers in common but most are totally unrelated. Even under the same app it gives many different IPs located in Ireland, USA or Holland for example....

    solquiff5 pointsBadges:
  • Alarms from VSphere

    Does vSphere use the VMWARE-ENV-MIB? There does not appear to be any clearing events. Is this correct? How can an environment alarm be created to sample a notification?

    kensmith0535 pointsBadges:
  • DNS probe finished nx domain

    How do I get past this error? I have reset DNS, flushed DNS cache, renewed IP, removed security software, but this error on Chrome persists DNS probe finished nxdomain

    jerrythesus10 pointsBadges:
  • Start a career in cloud computing IaaS

    I'm currently working in VMware technologies vSphere and I want to shift to cloud computing IaaS. How do I start and what are the opportunities in this?

    VMworld5 pointsBadges:
  • Install DVWA safely

    Hi, I just want to start learning web application pen testing. They require that I download DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) to VMware, but I don't have enough data to get VMware, and I don't have the money also to purchase an online VMware. So I want to know if its possible to use my Kali...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • When should I use VMware?

    When should I use VMware and what's the importance of it?

    pawansanu5 pointsBadges:
  • How to offer a high availability database environment

    Can I configure VMware Fault Tolerance, or another VMware technology, to host an active DB2 database at one data center, and host a standby DB2 database at a second data center? Applications would access the primary DB when available, and then access the standby DB if the primary failed. The data...

    JimInTexas5 pointsBadges:
  • How to make a virtualization server that’s running Xen PCI compliant?

    We have a server that's running Xen with HVM and we need to make one of our VMs PCI compliant. We've already read the PCI virtualization guide and it says that we need to make sure there's no information leakage between VMs. Is there a way to make sure each OS is unable to intercept data from other...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Implementing ActiveMQ with VMs using NAS

    We've been in the process of moving our .NET platform from MSMQ to ActiveMQ. We run roughly 30+ million messages through it daily to capacity is pretty important to us. Now, during this migration, we're going to use VMs with NAS storage for our application servers. What's the best way to implement...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Why has Google changed the way email is accessed?

    Does anyone know why Google has changed the way email is accessed?

    madatgoogle10 pointsBadges:
  • How many virtual machines can run on a single physical machine?

    In the Virtual Environment virtual machine works Under the physical machine. Is it any kind of testing possible to know, how many virtual machine can run in a single physical machine? but i know number of virtual machine depend about the physical machine configuration

    riskhan5 pointsBadges:
  • How to add a hard disk as a library server on SCVMM 2012 R2

    I have installed my VMM 2012 r2 management server on o virtual machine.Now I want to add as a library server a hard disk from the host of the virtual machine. Is this possible?

    IonutP5 pointsBadges:
  • How to simulate small disk I/O

    Over the past month, we've been evaluating storage for a virtualization environment (Xen actually). It would be an active-free cluster used for testing. I need a tool that would simulate a ton of small disk I/Os. Pretty much the same way a virtual machine would read/write an image file. It would be...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Using snapshots as backups in Amazon EBS

    We're currently working on an automated mechanism so our Amazon EBS volumes will be backed up on a daily basis. We know how to create snapshots but the backup but we're concerned about the size of some of them. If we have a ton of data, we'll have a significant increase in the invoice for each...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Should we use LVM snapshots as a backup strategy?

    Is periodical LVM snapshots of Xen domUs a good backup strategy? We thought it was a great solution for us but our department head isn't so sure. Thank you.

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring virtual memory from Java in Linux

    I've been trying to run a Java application through Linux but I'm running into a few issues. When I launch the application (using the maximum heap size), the tops application of 240 MB of virtual memory is allocated to the application. It's creating several issues with different software on the...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Make a chart on virtual classroom

    How do I make a chart on virtual classroom?

    drrajesh5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup in a VM

    My requirement is to daily take back up of SQL files installed on VM server in a production VM environment. Currently have DR appliance which takes approx. 8 hrs for taking backup of SQL server file backups. Which would be the best solution for taking backups considering factors like...

    geekages20 pointsBadges:
  • How should we proceed with our Amazon EC2 backup strategy?

    We have several DB server setups that are on Amazon's EC2. We take daily snapshots of the whole system / EBS drives which contain all of the application files, DB files, etc. We also have a console application that runs the backup creations (on a daily schedule). All of the images are EBS images....

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:

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