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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Mysql - Minimize Master-Slave Traffic during replication

Put to the my.cnf:

slave_compressed_protocol=ON

or you can change this value in the run time in mysql with:

SET global slave_compressed_protocol=OFF;

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Installing Windows 2000 on eee-PC

I have been reading a couple of posts saying how people got the blue screen of death while trying to install Win2k.

If you don't have win2k sp4, the thing will crash. I think sp4 has some files that support booting/installing from usb external devices.

That's it! Please install win2k with sp4!!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Ramfs on Ubuntu

Make a new folder for mount, for example:

mkdir /mnt/ramdisk

then run this command:

mount -t ramfs RAMDISK /mnt/ramdisk -o maxsize=1024000

That's all!

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

How to reset gnome-panel to default in Ubuntu/GNOME2

Remove ~/.gconf/apps/panel or just move the folder elsewhere if you want to back it up.

Log out of GNOME, then back in.

MYSQL - Too many connections

You might have a user with SUPER privilege.

grant Super, Processlist on *.* to admin identified by 'PASSWORD' ;

Connect with that user to Mysql and change the Max_connection variable Online:

set Global max_connections=XXX ; (XXX is a new Value)

Or you can Kill the process(es) ;

show processlist ;

Kill PROC_NO ;

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Activate SSH on VMware Server ESX 3i

Boot your ESXi server, wait for it to finish loading, and then do the following:

1. ALT-F1 to change to the main console.

2. Type 'unsupported' (you will not be able to see what you're typing).

3. When prompted, enter the root user's password.

4. Type: vi /etc/inetd.conf

5. Find the line that begins with #ssh

6. Cursor over the first 's' and press the 'i' key (for insert mode)

7. Press backspace

8. Press ESC

9. Type SHIFT+colon (:) and then 'wq!' to write and exit.

10. Type 'ps | grep inetd' to find the inetd process

11. Send the hangup signal to the process ID output from step 10 with:

kill -s HUP

12. You can now SSH into your ESXi server.