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Sarath Chandrika explains how to partition a hard disk in a Mac Mini system that already has an OS installed. The procedure to partition the disk varies depending on whether you are a root user or a non-root user.
Are you "all 64bit" yet? Let us know.
Submitted by: dzanre on Thu. 01.07.2010
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider
Product: GroupWise, Linux, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Changing your infrastructure is more than just a P2V.
Do you own a laptop? Or perhaps an old clunker pc that you're using as a Linux server? Do you know how hot your CPU is running? Fact is, all CPU chips are rated for specific temperature ranges. Go over the maximum, and your computer may no longer run to specification, resulting in random behavior, crashes, lockups, or expensive damage to your hardware! Modern Linux kernels make use of temperature monitoring hardware to help you stay on top of this situation. This article will show you how to get at it.
Quick perl script you may find useful for Database sizing a Sentinel installation. Based on Novell's docs stating 600 Bytes of space per event.
We were running out of file cache memory on our 6-node NetWare cluster, and we didn't have any money for new 64-bit servers and OES 2. Xen virtualization of NetWare allowed us to move certain services off of our larger cluster onto a pair of smaller clusters, on just two
servers. This allowed us to spread the file-serving load across all 6 nodes of the old cluster, and ease our memory problems. This is how we did it.
Submitted by: Gracal on Fri. 02.06.2009
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, Clustering, Hardware, iPrint, Migration, NetStorage, NetWare, Novell Storage Services (NSS), Printing, Storage, Tips for Administrators, Virtualization
Product: NetWare, Open Enterprise Server