Is bandwidth still relevant for web hosting?
The Numix Project received some web love lately, mentioned in last Sunday's Linux Action Show web episode, and later on It's F.O.S.S and probably elsewhere, for their announcement to release their own Linux distribution. As a result, their website is now down, with the server returning 500:
[email protected]:~$ curl -I numixproject.org HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error
...and displaying the message "Bandwidth Limit Exceeded". I would have guessed that with everything-as-a-service and the whole Cloud #!, bandwidth consumtion would have already become irrelevant.
RHCSA Notes and Links
This is an unsorted list of links for the RHCSA certification.
- RHCSA Certification Overview
- RHCSA Exam Objectives
- RHCSA Skills Assessment
- RHCSA Individual Exam Sessions
- RHCSA/RHCE Red Hat Linux Certification Study Guide (Exams EX200 & EX300), Michael Jang, Certification Press
- Hands-on Guide to the Red Hat Exams: RHCSA and RHCE Cert Guide and Lab Manual, Damian Tommasino, Pearson
- RHCSA/RHCE Red Hat Linux Certification Practice Exams with Virtual Machines, Michael Jang, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
- Red Hat Certified System Administrator & Engineer: Training Guide and a Quick Deskside Reference, Asghar Ghori, Endeavor Technologies
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Administration: Real World Skills for Red Hat Administrators, Sander van Vugt, SYBEX
This is an unsorted list of links with content about systemd.
default interface (Cisco Command)
default-interface command removes configuration from an interface,
and returns it to its defaults. Note that by default, interfaces are not
access-class (Cisco Command)
access-class command applies an existing access list on a
line, such as VTY and CON lines. The equivalent command for
show vtp status (Cisco)
Notes on the
show vtp status command on Cisco devices.
The value of
configuration last changed by shows the source of the
most recent updates to the Vlan list.
show vlan (Cisco)
show vlan lists the Vlans and the ports on which each is configured.
Trunk ports don't show up in this list.
Vlans 1002, 1003, 1004 and 1005
In the output of the
show vlan command, Vlans 1002, 1003, 1004 and
1005 are listed. Those exist by default to ensure interoperation and
backwards compatibility of new devices with old and largely deprecated
networks. For example, Vlans 1002 and 1004 were used on an old fiber
optics type of network, whereas Vlan 1003 was used in token-ring
networks. In the
status column, those networks show up as either
active/unsupported, since most new switches don't even
have ports to use on those old types of networks any more.
Zenoss: Add a device to a Group with ZenDMD
zenoss (or whatever user your Zenoss application runs as), run
Device = find('My Awesome Server') Device.addDeviceGroup('My Wonderful Group') commit()
This will make the device named
My Awesome Server a member of the group named
My Wonderful Group.