These are my links for 1 ott 2011 through 7 ott 2011:
Tuxevaras Blog » AIX – NOTA BENE:Although the content of this guide is already five years old, I don’t want to remove it from the net. I suppose it should work also with a Windows 2008 Active Directory domain as well. But please do not ask me questions about AIX5L as I do not have access to any of those machines any more…
hpacucli – Linux – This document is a quick cheat sheet on how to use the hpacucli utility to add, delete, identify and repair logical and physical disks on the Smart array 5i plus controller, the server that these commands were tested on was a HP DL380 G3 server with a Smart Array 5i plus controller with 6 x 72GB hot swappable disks, the server had Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) installed.
These are my links for 20 set 2010 through 23 set 2010:
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20+ .htaccess Hacks Every Web Developer Should Know About | DevMoose – [...] Apache's .htaccess(hypertext access) configuration file can be a very powerful tool in a web developer's toolkit if used properly. It can be found in the webroot of your server and can be easily edited using any text editor. In this article I'm going to show you 20 .htaccess hacks and how to use them.<br />
Before I start with this article I'd like to start by saying that abusing the .htaccess file will hurt the performance of your website. The .htaccess file should only be used if you have no other way to achieve certain things.<br />
Make sure to back up your current .htaccess file before applying any of the following hacks. [...]<br />
Keeping an eye on TSM volumes – [...] I wrote a quick script which tells me when volumes in TSM (Tivoli Storage Manager) have access and/or media issues and shoots me off an email. The script does two things:<br />
1) Checks for volumes which are NOT in the states READWRITE or OFFSITE.<br />
2) Checks for volumes which have a read/write error count >0.<br />
I’m sure that most people running TSM in their environment have some sort of daily reporting that gets sent out. If that’s the case, you can simply extract the SQL from the script and use it in your own reporting tools.<br />
These are my links for 21 lug 2010 through 22 lug 2010:
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Sagan from Softwink, Inc [800-538-9357] – Sagan is a multi-threaded, real time system and event log monitoring system, but with a twist. Sagan uses a "Snort" like rule set for detecting bad things happening on your network and/or computer systems. If Sagan detects a "bad thing" happening, that event can be stored to a Snort database (MySQL/PostgreSQL) and Sagan will attempt to correlate the event with your Snort Intrusion Detection/Intrusion Prevention (IDS/IPS) system.
TCP Traffic Analyzer (Yahoo! Developer Network Blog) – You probably have questions like these about traffic on a TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) server (or client):<br />
* How many connections lasted more (or less) than X milliseconds?<br />
* How many connections needed more than N attempts to succeed?<br />
* What is the distribution of connection duration or connection throughput?<br />
* What is the distribution of connection duration or throughput for connections in which the server or client sent more than N bytes?<br />
* What specific IP addresses and ports had connections that lasted between 50 and 100 milliseconds long?<br />
You can get answers to these questions (and more) using Yahoo!'s TCP Traffic Analyzer (yconalyzer), available as an open-source project via free download.