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How to Configure an instance of SQL Server to use a dynamic port

SQL Server 2000 To configure your instance of SQL Server to use a dynamic port, follow these steps: Start the Server Network Utility. To do this, do one of the following: Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft SQL Server, and then clickServer Network Utility. Click Start, and then click Run. In the Open box, type svrnetcn.exe, and then click OK. The Server(…)

How to view your MySql Configuration

There are two ways by which you can view your existing MySQL configurations . The first one is to view your my.cnf file. The second way is by login to mysql and type show variables mysql> show variables; +———————————+——————————————+ | Variable_name | Value | +———————————+——————————————+ | auto_increment_increment | 1 | | auto_increment_offset | 1 |(…)

Performance Tuning for Linux(R) Servers

An indispensable guide to maximizing Linux system and application performance From Wall Street to Hollywood, Linux runs many of the world’s most businesscritical systems. Linux performance now impacts the entire enterprise. In Performance Tuning for Linux Servers, a team of IBM’s most-experienced Linux performance specialists shows you how to find bottlenecks, measure performance, and identify(…)

Linux System Administration

If you’re an experienced system administrator looking to acquire Linux skills, or a seasoned Linux user facing a new challenge, Linux System Administration offers practical knowledge for managing a complete range of Linux systems and servers. The book summarizes the steps you need to build everything from standalone SOHO hubs, web servers, and LAN servers(…)

Top Open Source Server based database management systems

1. MySQL For a web based use MySQL is the top choice, as it is the most often the only DBMS available in virtual hosting accounts. It runs on several platforms. It allows users to download the server and client software as well as a MySQL ODBC diver and a bunch of other MySQL tools(…)

Red Hat has released the first public beta of its forthcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3

Red Hat has released the first public beta of its forthcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, featuring scalability, clustering and security enhancements. Red Hat first aimed for the enterprise with its mid-2002 Red Hat Linux Advanced Server release. The company later rebranded that product as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and built a portfolio around it, which(…)

Penguin puts Linux supercomputer in sky

The San Francisco-based outfit announced the debut of what it calls Penguin on Demand – POD, for short – a service that offers remote access to high-performance computing (HPC) Linux clusters. The idea is to provide researchers, engineers, and simulation scientists with the sort of number-crunching power they can’t get from the typical so-called infrastructure(…)

Liquid Computing to challenge Cisco

Taking on a mega corporation with over 65 000 employees and $8.5 billion in annual sales may seem a daunting challenge, but unified computing shop Liquid Computing has Cisco in its sights, according to The Register. Virtualised servers with unified server and storage management, plus scalable and reconfigurable infrastructure, all controlled through out-of-band system management tools, were supposed(…)

How to configure Zimbra to work with Firewall.

Although the Zimbra Installation instructions tell you install Zimbra on a system without a firewall, you can get Zimbra to work on a system as long as all needed ports are opened on the firewall. Needed Ports Standard Zimbra ports SMTP port 25/tcp HTTP port 80/tcp POP3 port 110/tcp IMAP port 143/tcp LDAP port 389/tcp(…)

How to Configure Network Load Balancing (NLB) on Windows 2008 for Exchange CAS Server

When using the NLB Manager in conjunction with a host which has a single NIC and is set to use UNICAST communication you will receive the following error message when the management tool starts: Ironically it still appears when you have configured your Cluster to use Multi-cast. The following is an interesting read on Unicast(…)

How to Configure Cisco Content Engine and Cisco Cache Engine – Websense

Websense works as a filtering engine for the Cisco Content Engine, allowing you to enforce your organization’s Internet access policies. Once Websense is installed on your network, you must activate it within the Content Engine. This can be done through the Cisco Web-based interface or through a console or TELNET session, by following the instructions(…)

How to Configure NLB (Network Load Balancing) in Windows 2000

If Network Load Balancing is enabled, skip to step 2. If not: Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Network and Dial-up Connections. Right-click the interface that should act as the virtual adapter, and then clickProperties. Click to select the Network Load Balancing check box. Click the Network Load Balancing component, and then click Properties. Type your cluster-specific data on the Cluster Parameters, Host(…)