In a few hours, the counter will hit 50M downloads! See spreadfirefox.com.
I’m thinking to install a Media Center @ home, Linux based is possible of course. Google found the following interesting link (in French): BibooBox
I just upgraded my notebook to kernel 2.6.11. As usual, you’ve to recompile the VMware modules using vmware-config.pl. If it fails, just apply the latest any-any patch. See here.
I’m using lvs-rrd for a while. This set of script can easily generate nice graphs from an IPVS load-balancer. But the current scripts do not support traffic balanced on a same port with different protocols (ex: TCP/3000 & UDP/3000). I quickly wrote a patch to support multiple protocols: graph-lvs.sh.diff lvs.rrd.update.diff
I’m an happy user of the OpenSSI cluster software for a while. This cluster solution is very stable and powerfull. Today, they announced a new “feature”: integration with the Knoppix live CD! OpenSSI clustering is now available for a new “distribution”: the KNOPPIX 3.6 Live CD. This is the easiest-to-install
Now, that I can manage my RAID controllers via a command line interface (See this story), the next step was to integrate this tool to Nagios. I found the following URL: http://www.linagora.org/article76.html (in French). But the check_raid script was written to check local RAID only. So I patched my nagios_statd
I’m managing several DeLL servers with builtin RAID controllers. They run Linux and, of course, I need to have a view as complete as possible of the system status. I went on the DeLL website dedicated to “Linux on DeLL hardware” (http://linux.dell.com/) and found some interesting resources. I downloaded a
Today, while looking for a MIB, I found this URL: www.mibdepot.com. The homepage says: Search Engine with over 6200 SNMP MIBs representing over 910,000 MIB object definitions. No doubt, every admin must bookmark this site!
A few months ago, I installed at work a Linux cluster based on OpenSSI. After looking for a free high-availability solution, this one seemed to be the best one, maybe due to my TruCluster experience. OpenSSI shares same features: single root filesystem process switching CDSL IP load-balancing and more… Lot
While browsing perl scripts on a server where I work, I found this: # Allow FTP to complete (risk to pick up an incomplete file) sleep(10); No comment…