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AFP & FTP Bandwidth Monitoring?
Is there a way to monitor FTP and AFP bandwidth on a per user basis? AFP = AppleFilesharingProtocol, and by monitor, I don't mean graphs, I mean getting raw byte counts I can use in my scripts any...
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The application is a single server, acting as a...
The application is a single server, acting as a web host. I need to log all of my client's bandwidth. I'd like to get ftp/afp and email bandwidth too that way if i get a strange customer that hogs a...
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User Bandwidth Monitoring
What are my options for monitoring bandwidth on a per user basis? Ideally, I'd like something thats easy to configure (like a webmin module pleeeease?), and that could monitor ALL bandwidth. Not just...
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How come?
How come?
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How come sigs don't work?
They appear to be turned on, I entered mine in. The check boxes are all checked. And yet, no sigs?
Forum: OS X (Apple) 08-18-2004
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OS X Server: Trouble restoring mail from backup...
So I had some bad RAM in my server. Of course I didn't know it at the time. And it kept making the 10.3.5 updater crash. And that last crash did it. My drive was messed up. So I had to reformat and...
Forum: IP Networking 03-30-2004
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Routing, Port Mapping, Internet Sharing etc etc
I'm running OS X. (OS X Server actually) and right now I use a program called BrickHouse to handle my router configuration. But this program kind of sucks. I'd much rather learn how to configure...
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I got this all figured out on another forum. I...
I got this all figured out on another forum. I thought $REMOTE_ADDR was global because outside of functions you can access it no problem. But to use it in functions, you have to make it a global,...
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$remote_addr is a system variable, it is already...
$remote_addr is a system variable, it is already defined. I never pass anything to it, and it is always equal to the visitors IP address. Also this chunk of code works perfectly fine when its not in...
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I tried that and it had no effect. I don't think...
I tried that and it had no effect. I don't think my problem is calling my function, the problem is somehow that the script can't great a new socket from within the function. I do already get a result...
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The code works perfect for me when I insert it...
The code works perfect for me when I insert it directly into my page. But when I try to encapsulate it into a function, it stops working and I have no clue why.
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Why do you keep posting then deleting your posts?...
Why do you keep posting then deleting your posts? Anyway most of the changes you made are no change. I don't think adding the quotes is going to make a difference because the code worked fine without...
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PHP function kills my code?
So I'm making a page for one of my web sites that scans the visitors ports (just a few specific ones, not ALL) and tells them if they have any open. Now I made up the code and it worked great. Now...
Forum: Linux 10-24-2003
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MkLinux on a Performa 6320?
Has anyone ever done this before? It says its supported, but whenever I try to boot off the installation CD, it freezes. To be more specific, it starts to boot Mac OS, then it gets to the "choose...
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OK it was taking to long so I just reinstalled...
OK it was taking to long so I just reinstalled it. Now I'm back to the begining. I've given up on ssh, i don't "really" need it I suppose. What I do need is web. Again, using the default web folder....
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e2fsck: Command not found :-(
e2fsck: Command not found :-(
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I really don't think the disk is bad, its worked...
I really don't think the disk is bad, its worked fine for a long time and I can boot Mac OS fine. How do I use that program you said??
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Posted By l008com
mount /dev/sda7/ on / type ext2 (rw) none on...
mount
/dev/sda7/ on / type ext2 (rw)
none on /proc type proc (rw)

Is there a way to salvage it, or should I just reinstall linux? If I thought it wouldn't happen again I would have alredy...
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Posted By l008com
bdf Command not found df -kl /dev/sda7...
bdf
Command not found

df -kl
/dev/sda7 (is the boot volume)
64% Disk Use
Mounted on '/'

all seems in order there

fsck -m
Parallelizing fsck version 1.18 (11-Nov-1999)
It seems to say...
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Posted By l008com
It fails the disk consistancy check on boot, and...
It fails the disk consistancy check on boot, and tells me to run fsck, when i do, all it says is "Parallelizing fsck version 1.18 (nov01999)" Any thoughts? This totally just happened out of the blue
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:confused: It might not matter though, I...
:confused:

It might not matter though, I just rebooted and it looks like my filesystem just died.
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How do I FTP to my Web Folder?
I don't consider myself a newbie, but I am working on my first Unix thats not OS X. And I have a feeling this is a newbie question I'm asking. I installed MkLinux (redhad based) on my PowerMac 6100...
Forum: Linux 09-19-2003
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Posted By l008com
It installed no problem. Well one problem. How do...
It installed no problem. Well one problem. How do I configure it? Call me spoiled, but I'm used to apple's where you just turn it on and its on.

Also, how do you control apache on this linux? On...
Forum: Linux 09-12-2003
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Posted By l008com
I downloaded the one you suggested and it seemed...
I downloaded the one you suggested and it seemed to be working until i apparently ran out of space, which is odd becuase I have a 1 GB drive on here. I'm going to either see if I can remove...
Forum: Linux 09-11-2003
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Posted By l008com
libcrypto.a: current ar archive
libcrypto.a: current ar archive
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