iSCSI disk lost sharing settings

May 29, 2011 Comments off

Hmmm, I have faced this issue, but then forget it.
Now I need to post it here:

iSCSI shares disappearing after rebooting are
caused by the fact that the Windows Server 2003
server service starts before the iSCSI Initiator
service. The server service needs the iSCSI
service to start file shares.

To fix this open a command prompt and type:

sc config LanManServer depend= MSiSCSI

and press Enter.

Then to make your iSCSI volume connections
persistent go to Start > Control Panel, and
double-click the iSCSI Initiator. Then on the
Initiator Settings tab click Bind Volumes and
click OK.
source: http://www.techrepublic.com/forum/discussions/39-186710

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FileMaker cannot share or be a client of a file

November 9, 2010 Comments off

For “FileMaker cannot share or be a client of a file because the networking stack could not be initialized.” error.

Resolution for Windows:

  1. Please check to make sure that Read more…
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bypass waiting at download sites

November 6, 2010 Comments off

1. http://www.hlusoe.info

2. SkipScreen addon for firefox

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External command with MRTG

March 26, 2010 Comments off

This is the format for mrtg config file with external script.
The script should return 4 lines:
– first value
– second value
– uptime
– target’s name

Target[NAME]: `/location/of/script`
MaxBytes[NAME]:
YLegend[NAME]: Read more…

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mrtg config options

March 12, 2010 Comments off

Here is the doc for all mrtg config options
http://mrtg.basemirror.de/doc/mrtg-reference.en.html

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Use yum to download only

March 11, 2010 Comments off

First, we have to install yum-downloadonly via yum :D
“yum install yum-downloadonly”
Now, we have the tool we need. Go download via yum:
ex: yum update httpd –yum-downloadonly –downloaddir=/data/setup
default location that yum store the download is /var/cache/yum

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Linux on MS HyperV

March 10, 2010 4 comments

For those of you who are interested in installing Linux on MS HyperV Server:
http://orangedeuce.blogspot.com/search/label/Hyper-v%20Linux%20IC

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