Bookmarks for 12 mar 2012 through 19 mar 2012

These are my links for 12 mar 2012 through 19 mar 2012:

  • Computer Server Rack Facts, Questions and Answers. – Not all racks are created equal . . . and not all servers will fit in all racks
  • Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems – Summary:  This introduction to text manipulation on UNIX platforms provides an overview of some common commands widely available and installed standard on most UNIX-based releases. Many times these standard utilities are ignored in favor of more modern text-processors such as Perl, Python, or Ruby, which are not always installed on a system. An introductory review of these tools helps practitioners who are learning UNIX or Linux or those who may be looking to renew forgotten knowledge.
  • – exact time, any time zone – Current local time in… your place

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Bookmarks for 1 ott 2011 through 7 ott 2011

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.
  • Samuel L Ipsum | Alternative Lorem Ipsum Generator – Alternative Lorem Ipsum Generator

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Bookmarks for 25 ago 2011 through 26 ago 2011

These are my links for 25 ago 2011 through 26 ago 2011:

Bookmarks for 23 feb 2011 through 28 feb 2011

These are my links for 23 feb 2011 through 28 feb 2011:

  • Openfiler 2.3 Active/Passive Cluster (heartbeat,DRBD) With … – [...] Openfiler is a Linux based NAS/SAN application which can deliver storage over nfs/smb/iscsi and ftp. It has a web interface over that you can control these services. The howto is based on the Howto from Kyle Gililland. A lot of thanks to him for this.<br />
    The cluster we build will consist of two nodes replicating each other and taking over services and storage in case of emergency. Furthermore we have an Offsite Replication Server, which ideally stands in a physically different position and replicates the configurations/storage from which ever node is active. In case of emergency this Offsite Replication Server can be used to restore the cluster and to deliver the services [...]
  • Using m4 with Nagios: Advanced Ideas – Nagios configuration has been traditionally cumbersome and extensive; there are a lot of things to configure. The addition of templating some time ago helped, but not entirely. A configuration element such as a server or a switch can take up a huge amount of configuration and be quite repetitive, too.Using m4 can alleviate all of these problems. When combined with GNU Make and Nagios configuration directories, changing the configuration can be done quite simply and easily.
  • – RANDOM.ORG offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs. People use RANDOM.ORG for holding drawings, lotteries and sweepstakes, to drive games and gambling sites, for scientific applications and for art and music. The service has existed since 1998 and was built and is being operated by Mads Haahr of the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College, Dublin in Ireland.<br />
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