Performance problema with cpu and memory.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, I´ll appreciate your help with the following problem or derivate my questions to the appropiate área. I must to check a lot of Linux Interprise servers, and in the most of they i have found problems with memory and cpu, the use near to 100%. (HowTos)

Can I use MRTG to show the cumulative bandwidth of all servesr together?view story

http://serverfault.com – I am currently using MRTG to graph the bandwidth of my servers. It is working well, however I have only the bandwidth chart for each individual server/network interface. I would like to have one chart with all interfaces combined stacked on top of another, so I can see the total throughput of my servers together. Is mrtg to do that? (HowTos)

sudo: don't ask password when logged in with ssh keyview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'd like to setup sudo in such a way that it doesn't prompt me for a password when I authenticate to sshd with a key; but do otherwise. I don't want an answer of "it doesn't work like that" because obviously that's the reason why I asked the question in the first place. (HowTos)

veritas Multipathing identificationview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello Gurus. I have a problem that in one of server both all HBA ports are showing "not connected". i see there are 12 HBA ports are visible we work remotely on the servers. (HowTos)

Ubuntu Linux Toolbox: 1000+ Commands for Power Users (PDF Guide)view story

http://www.debianadmin.com – This updated bestseller from Linux guru Chris Negus is packed with an array of new and revised material. As a longstanding bestseller, Ubuntu Linux Toolbox has taught you how to get the most out Ubuntu, the world's most popular Linux distribution. (Distributions)

[CentOS] heavy IO load when working with sparse files (centos 6.4)view story

http://centos.1050465.n5.nabble.com – Dear List, We have noticed a variety of reproducible conditions working with sparse files on multiple servers under load with CentOS 6.4. The short story is that processes that read / write sparse files with large "holes" can generate an IO storm. Oddly, this only happens with holes and not with the sections of the files that contain data. (HowTos)

Verizon mobile hotspot email problemview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – I wonder if the following is a known issue for many users, or am I the only one struggling with it. I use the hotspot on my phone (HTC Rezound) to get my laptop online. On my laptop I use an email program (Mozilla Thunderbird) that is configured to use Time Warner POP and SMTP servers. The problem is that when using the hotspot I'm unable to send out email via the SMTP server. (HowTos)

Turning Apple TV Into Ouroborosview story

http://techcrunch.com – Apple has been ‘pulling the string’ on the Apple TV for seven years now. Think about that one for a minute, it’s had a set-top box since before the iPhone. During that time, the landscape of online video entertainment has completely changed, largely as a result of the iPhone, iPad and iTunes Store. (IT news)

Enfojer Wants You To Turn Your Instagram Snaps Into DIY B&W Printsview story

http://techcrunch.com – We’ve had an analogue film to digital smartphone scanning device on Kickstarter, so here’s pretty much the reverse: a smartphone digital photo to analogue print photo enlarger on Indiegogo. Phone-owning humans’ love affair with digital photography continues charging along at full tilt — fuelled by the ubiquity of cameraphones and the apps that allow easy digital photo remix (IT news)

How to restrict Shutdown/Reboot/Halt/init commands for rootview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, We have root access to all the servers in my environment, Is there any way that I can restrict shutdown/Reboot/Halt/init commands for root by asking the root password whenever these commands are fired. The reason is one of my team member unintentionally fired reboot command and that caused a very big outage to client. Appreciate your quick responses.. (HowTos)