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Rsync push or pull?
We have a cluster of 3 web servers. I'll be updating a single master server and copying info to the other 2 slave servers. What's the best way of synching all of them? Run rsync on each of the slave...
Forum: Web Development 08-12-2009
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Posted By gaspol
NFS file sharing among web servers
I'm exploring the possibility of load balancing 2 web servers and have both access an NFS share on an NFS server. I'm wondering which types of data would need to reside on the webservers and the NFS...
Forum: High Performance Computing 08-11-2009
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Posted By gaspol
sharing web files via NFS mount
I'm planning to load balance 2 web servers. I'm considering mounting an NFS share between the 2 servers so they can share the data. My question is: does this setup offset some of the benefits of load...
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Posted By gaspol
help interpreting var/log/messages log
I'm using RHEL and my var/log/messages file is filled with "FTP session opened/closed" lines that happen all day:

Aug 2 04:04:38 web proftpd[31873]: 74.125.56.10 (142.231.76.249[142.231.76.249])...
Forum: IP Networking 07-30-2009
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Posted By gaspol
Sorry, not to belabor the point but here's the...
Sorry, not to belabor the point but here's the traceroute output for the same IP when the site is up (note that I'm doing the traceroute from a different location but the last couple of hops is my...
Forum: IP Networking 07-30-2009
4,510
Posted By gaspol
Thanks pludi. So I pretty much get a...
Thanks pludi.
So I pretty much get a traceroute like this whenever the site w/ IP 64.40.98.181 is inaccessible (seems to happen once every few weeks or so). If the site is working fine, I get a...
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Posted By gaspol
crontab questions
I just started playing around with RHEL 5. What's the difference between adding crontab files to automate a daily task as opposed to adding them in the appropriate directory, such as cron.daily?
Forum: IP Networking 07-30-2009
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Posted By gaspol
Puzzling Traceroute output
This is the output that I get every so often when trying to do a traceroute to the web server (http://forums.techguy.org/#) whenever it's inaccessible:


traceroute to 64.40.98.181...
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