Posts Tagged sysadmin
Or: How I spent an afternoon doing a deep dive into the RPM spec and solving a problem for myself tl;dr – Nginx Mainline packages are being built for Fedora & CentOS at copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/kyl191/nginx-mainline/ My webserver’s running nginx 1.4.7, a version that hasn’t gotten non-bugfix attention since March 2013, according to the changelog. Oddly enough […]
I’ve been using crashplan for the last 10 months – the combination of low price, family pack of 10 computers and Windows & Linux support means it beat out BackBlaze for my online backup of choice. However, I’ve run into multiple problems with it, all in one day.
aka, my errors, let me show you them. or, inadvertent DDoSes are fun when you do them to yourself! finally, A: “I can see 4GB of RAM but I can only use 1.5.” Q: What is “Why I loathe 1and1”? sudo -i sudo: unknown uid: 10003 sudo: cannot fork: Cannot allocate memory -bash: /usr/bin/sudo: Argument […]
In this post I’ll talk about 3 things about backups that you should know. At the end of it, you should understand the different types of data involved in a backup, and some programs which can help you with the backups. 3 different types of data (Or, why not all data is equal) Data can […]