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Resize RAID partition with GPT partition layout, without LVMview story

http://serverfault.com – OK so I am a freelance sysadmin. (HowTos)

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New trademark filed by Google could transform your walls into giant screensview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google has been awarded a new patent by the USPTO which could finally allow for your walls to project images and content at will. This is straight from a futuristic movie and works exactly like it sounds. The patent mentions that the walls have to be equipped with photo-reactive paint. There will also be a projector which would emit light onto the walls. (IT news)

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New Samsung Galaxy S6 ad highlights the vivid displayview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung consistently produces advertisements between commercials and high-profile displays to promote its flagship devices. It certainly helps that Samsung has massively deep pockets to do so. So the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are going to receive plenty of Samsung’s attention through the rest of 2015 and into next year. (IT news)

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FC 21 - Cannot reach gateway when using static IPview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I recently upgraded to FC 21 and I am having trouble setting up a static IP for my system. I have done static IP configuration successfully with previous FC releases. First I tried to use DHCP reservation in my router but this did not work. (HowTos)

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Heard Around the Web: RSA Conference 2015 Day 1view story

http://thevarguy.com – The RSA Conference 2015 kicked off April 21 in San Francisco, where security experts and IT industry veterans gathered to talk about the biggest trends in cybersecurity and learn about new security solutions. Content Classification:  Curated read more (IT news)

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Wildcard MX record support?view story

http://serverfault.com – Let's say I want to start a service where customers get their own subdomain on my domain for email addresses only. I have an A record for mydomain.com and a CNAME for www.mydomain.com If I add a wildcard MX record for *.mydomain.com, my understanding is that any email coming to my domain will route to the associated mailserver, except for www because CNAME's cannot overlap with MX records. So e (HowTos)

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2NIC's with 2 Gatewaysview story

http://serverfault.com – I have this setup: 6 machines with 2 NICs each each machine has one NIC connected to 192.168.1.0/24 through a hub. One of the machines is the gateway (192.168.1.13) which has NAT and masquerading enabled the other NICs are connected to 10.155.216.0/22 through another hub which then connects to the internet. (HowTos)

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things to do to ensure that data is secured on my virtual server [on hold]view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm not much of an administrator but I'm maintaining a virtual server with Ubuntu OS where my website is hosted. I often connect to it using ssh, ftp and whatever the protocol MySQL uses. As my website gets popularity I want to make sure the data and source code is secure. (HowTos)

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How I do to run only a software in more than one computer? [on hold]view story

http://serverfault.com – I need to run a unique instance of a software in more than one computer, how I do this without a centralizer server? For example: 4 computers interconnected by the local network, 2 of then has "the hardware" that I need to send a requisition. I need to create a software that runs through the 4 computers, for if one of these computers with "the hardware" broke, or have any problem, the requisit (HowTos)

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Generate .csv file a text fileview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi guys, I have a text file that states: Code: cat prod.hosts 11.29.130.14  host1        host1.test.com        web17 11.29.130.15  host2        host2.test.com        web18 11.29.130.16  host3        host3.test.com        web19 I want a .csv file that stat (HowTos)

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Protect Chef config when a node is compromisedview story

http://serverfault.com – Imagine that one node of a system gets compromised. If I understand correctly hacker will be able to get all configs for all servers in a system using chef's API. Is that correct? If yes, is there a way to ensure that a node only gets information required for its configuration? (HowTos)

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ASP.NET application on "IIS 8.5" on "Windows Server 2012 R2" performs poorly compared with "IIS 7.5" on a "Windows Server 2008 R2"view story

http://serverfault.com – We have the same ASP.NET application running on a couple of servers: one instance runs under IIS 8.5 on Windows Server *2012* R2 two instances run under IIS 7.5 on Windows Server *2008* R2 What bugs me is that the newer machine seems to perform worse than both of the older machines! On the 2012 box, a window of about 80 minutes shows an average 37% CPU usage (Processor time), and 8 Requests (HowTos)