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Forum: Red Hat 07-26-2013
1,554
Posted By mark54g
You might be out of inodes. Have you checked to...
You might be out of inodes. Have you checked to see if you have a lot of small files?
Forum: Red Hat 03-07-2013
937
Posted By mark54g
Your question makes no sense. Try to restate it...
Your question makes no sense. Try to restate it in depth.
Forum: Red Hat 12-20-2012
3,646
Posted By mark54g
Fpmurphy, They could be using Vmware...
Fpmurphy,

They could be using Vmware Workstation on top of Windows, but if they are trying to share folders the VirtualBox way, then yes, that will fail.
Forum: Red Hat 12-20-2012
2,694
Posted By mark54g
Sounds like you may have a bad NFS mount. See if...
Sounds like you may have a bad NFS mount. See if you can log into the console directly and unmount any NFS mount points. It may be dangerous to do so in a hung state, but


umount -l <directory>
...
Forum: Red Hat 10-03-2012
4,862
Posted By mark54g
try partitioning the disks and trying the...
try partitioning the disks and trying the pvcreate on the partition.
Forum: Red Hat 09-13-2012
3,764
Posted By mark54g
Check your network. Try setting up a tcpdump...
Check your network. Try setting up a tcpdump while the session is active.
Forum: Linux 08-31-2012
2,722
Posted By mark54g
That is hardware specific
That is hardware specific
Forum: Red Hat 08-27-2012
3,217
Posted By mark54g
Oracle databases do tremendous amounts of reads....
Oracle databases do tremendous amounts of reads. Linux, in general, caches reads into memory. Unused memory is wasted. The disconnect here is one that people believe a system is supposed to behave a...
Forum: Red Hat 08-17-2012
2,716
Posted By mark54g
As pointed out, Standard VGA Adapter is NOT your...
As pointed out, Standard VGA Adapter is NOT your device. That is basically letting you know there is no effective driver loaded. Find the hardware type of the chip.

run

lspci -vv


This is...
Forum: Red Hat 08-14-2012
2,716
Posted By mark54g
Your laptop doesn't have a driver for graphics...
Your laptop doesn't have a driver for graphics for Windows either. I think he's complaining about resolution. What model laptop is this?
Forum: Red Hat 08-12-2012
2,716
Posted By mark54g
You may need to install graphics drivers for your...
You may need to install graphics drivers for your system. You have given no details of hardware model or type.
Forum: Red Hat 08-02-2012
1,741
Posted By mark54g
Actually, another way would to run check your...
Actually, another way would to run check your /dev/disk directory for UUIDs that overlap (also run blkid) because much of how your multipath setup works is dependent on the driver you are using.
Forum: Linux 07-30-2012
1,559
Posted By mark54g
What is the output of netstat -nr ?
What is the output of netstat -nr ?
Forum: Linux 07-25-2012
1,246
Posted By mark54g
I think you may have misunderstood me. I am aware...
I think you may have misunderstood me. I am aware of what vsftpd is, and what it stands for (Though, I'm a fan of PureFTPD myself). However, FTP itself, regardless, is still less secure than...
Forum: Linux 07-25-2012
1,246
Posted By mark54g
I understand you are using the vsftp package, but...
I understand you are using the vsftp package, but the question is why that vs a more secure method like sftp or scp?
Forum: Linux 07-25-2012
1,246
Posted By mark54g
the /etc/passwd file, the /etc/shadow file, the...
the /etc/passwd file, the /etc/shadow file, the /etc/fstab file for starters (I would make sure you simply copied the lines in, rather than the entire files)

You would also need the smb.conf file...
Forum: Linux 07-24-2012
1,400
Posted By mark54g
It would help you immensely to not be on a...
It would help you immensely to not be on a distribution that is almost 10 years old. Many of the things you will find now will not work well.
Forum: Linux 07-20-2012
3,546
Posted By mark54g
susestudio might be your best bet.
susestudio might be your best bet.
Forum: Linux 07-19-2012
2,028
Posted By mark54g
I was under the impression that RR required...
I was under the impression that RR required switch support, but that mode 1 did not.
Forum: Red Hat 07-10-2012
12,710
Posted By mark54g
Also, your command df -kh is very...
Also, your command

df -kh


is very inefficient. the -k flag shows kilobytes, while the -h flag shows human readable format (best size).

Choose one.
Forum: Red Hat 07-02-2012
2,290
Posted By mark54g
the AMD issue is a red herring. Both AMD and...
the AMD issue is a red herring. Both AMD and Intel are x86 compatible. In fact, AMD had 64bit support for x86 well before intel decided to adopt AMD's standard.

I think you may have an issue...
Forum: Red Hat 06-28-2012
2,504
Posted By mark54g
My guess is they did not use an engineered build,...
My guess is they did not use an engineered build, but had individuals build servers ad hoc. You get inconsistencies that way.
Forum: Linux 06-28-2012
13,220
Posted By mark54g
You don't have a listener on port 4001 or there's...
You don't have a listener on port 4001 or there's a firewall in the way. Telnet doesn't sit there creating sockets on the other side.
Forum: SuSE 06-27-2012
5,156
Posted By mark54g
use sudox instead of sudo
use sudox instead of sudo
Forum: Red Hat 06-27-2012
10,404
Posted By mark54g
it is part of device mapper, and used by LVM...
it is part of device mapper, and used by LVM among other things like storage connected via some sort of SAN.

It is used for consistent naming, rather than going to individual drives.
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