Thank you Phil. But why is it showing all the time? I never saw this before, I run 4 live servers.Do you have any idea what could call the named user into top? [by TECK]
on 06/01/2012 – Made popular on 06/01/2012
recently I updated directadmin to 1.44.0 on two of my centos machines. One centos 5.7 with custombuild v1 and another one is 6.4 with custombuild v2.
Today I've noticed that centos 6.4 machine is not functioning properly.
We run a citrix environment with roaming profiles. All servers are 2008R2 and are updated once a month. After updating the servers we receive some complaints from users who loose their customs folder settings.
Why use custom settings you might think. Well we map alot of user profiles to one person.
I have a server on which named is running. It is intercepted with another named server which it is not aware of.
Querying the first named server results in timeouts. The server tries to resolve the query recursively. During that the firewall redirects the DNS Request from the first named server to the second one (the query from the first one is addressed to a e.g.
I'm developing a ftp program. The users of the ftp client are the ones exist in the servers user group. On the client side it inputs the username and the password, and the server side tell if in the current system there is a user named the username and the password match the one the client side sends to it.