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  • Updating Debian kernel

    - by Devator
    I'm trying to update my Debian machine to 2.6.32-46 (which is the new stable). However, after doing apt-get update my apt-cache search linux-image shows me: linux-headers-2.6.32-5-486 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-486 linux-headers-2.6.32-5-686-bigmem - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-686-bigmem linux-headers-2.6.32-5-686 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-686 linux-headers-2.6.32-5-amd64 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 linux-headers-2.6.32-5-openvz-686 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-openvz-686 linux-headers-2.6.32-5-vserver-686-bigmem - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-vser ver-686-bigmem linux-headers-2.6.32-5-vserver-686 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-vserver-686 linux-headers-2.6.32-5-xen-686 - Header files for Linux 2.6.32-5-xen-686 linux-image-2.6.32-5-486 - Linux 2.6.32 for old PCs linux-image-2.6.32-5-686-bigmem-dbg - Debugging infos for Linux 2.6.32-5-686-big mem linux-image-2.6.32-5-686-bigmem - Linux 2.6.32 for PCs with 4GB+ RAM linux-image-2.6.32-5-686 - Linux 2.6.32 for modern PCs linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 - Linux 2.6.32 for 64-bit PCs linux-image-2.6.32-5-openvz-686-dbg - Debugging infos for Linux 2.6.32-5-openvz- 686 linux-image-2.6.32-5-openvz-686 - Linux 2.6.32 for modern PCs, OpenVZ support linux-image-2.6.32-5-vserver-686-bigmem-dbg - Debugging infos for Linux 2.6.32-5 -vserver-686-bigmem linux-image-2.6.32-5-vserver-686-bigmem - Linux 2.6.32 for PCs with 4GB+ RAM, Li nux-VServer support linux-image-2.6.32-5-vserver-686 - Linux 2.6.32 for modern PCs, Linux-VServer su pport linux-image-2.6.32-5-xen-686-dbg - Debugging infos for Linux 2.6.32-5-xen-686 linux-image-2.6.32-5-xen-686 - Linux 2.6.32 for modern PCs, Xen dom0 support linux-image-2.6-486 - Linux 2.6 for old PCs (meta-package) linux-image-2.6-686-bigmem - Linux 2.6 for PCs with 4GB+ RAM (meta-package) linux-image-2.6-686 - Linux 2.6 for modern PCs (meta-package) linux-image-2.6-amd64 - Linux 2.6 for 64-bit PCs (meta-package) linux-image-2.6-openvz-686 - Linux 2.6 for modern PCs (meta-package), OpenVZ sup port linux-image-2.6-vserver-686-bigmem - Linux 2.6 for PCs with 4GB+ RAM (meta-packa ge), Linux-VServer support linux-image-2.6-vserver-686 - Linux 2.6 for modern PCs (meta-package), Linux-VSe rver support linux-image-2.6-xen-686 - Linux 2.6 for modern PCs (meta-package), Xen dom0 supp ort linux-image-486 - Linux for old PCs (meta-package) linux-image-686-bigmem - Linux for PCs with 4GB+ RAM (meta-package) linux-image-686 - Linux for modern PCs (meta-package) linux-image-amd64 - Linux for 64-bit PCs (meta-package) linux-image-openvz-686 - Linux for modern PCs (meta-package), OpenVZ support linux-image-vserver-686-bigmem - Linux for PCs with 4GB+ RAM (meta-package), Lin ux-VServer support linux-image-vserver-686 - Linux for modern PCs (meta-package), Linux-VServer sup port linux-image-xen-686 - Linux for modern PCs (meta-package), Xen dom0 support So, 2.6.32-46 doesn't seem to be found. How can I update to this kernel? My sources.list: ###### Debian Main Repos deb http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ squeeze main contrib deb-src http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ squeeze main contrib ###### Debian Update Repos deb http://security.debian.org/ squeeze/updates main contrib deb http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ squeeze-proposed-updates main contrib deb-src http://security.debian.org/ squeeze/updates main contrib deb-src http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ squeeze-proposed-updates main contrib

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  • Why isn´t linux using all the available memory

    - by Devator
    I have a linux VPS which has 256 MB of memory (free only finds 248 though). However it seems I still have 85 MB free, but it's swapping for 255 MB. Why is this? free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 248 245 3 0 41 40 -/+ buffers/cache: 163 85 Swap: 1971 255 1716

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  • CentOS only detecting 50% of ram

    - by Devator
    I have 16GB ram in my machine. Before, free -m outputted the normal 16 GB ram, however now (after a reboot) it only detects 8 GB ram. Is one ram module damaged? grep -i memory /var/log/dmesg outputs Memory: 15621184k/16017200k available (2535k kernel code, 387120k reserved, 1748k data, 196k init). (Which looks like 16 GB to me). Free -m outputs: total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 7484 7415 68 0 6104 524 -/+ buffers/cache: 786 6697 Swap: 2055 0 2054 Anything I might be missing? Thanks in advance.

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  • Booting large ISO through PXE

    - by Devator
    I currently have a FOG server (which works perfectly fine) and I'm trying to boot Windows 7 through it (with memdisk). But, since the ISO is rather large (more than 6 GB) it will try to put the ISO into memory and then boot however it crashes with the error message not enough memory to load specified image. The systems here don't have 6 GB of RAM so I need another way to boot it. I am aware of WDS and SCCM, however I want todo this with FOG. Is there any way to boot the ISO and install Windows through FOG?

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  • Improving IO with FlashCache

    - by Devator
    I have a server with 2 HDD's (2x 1 TB), running in RAID 1 (SW-RAID). I want to improve IO performance by using flashcache. There are running KVM virtual machines on it, using LVM. Regarding this, I have the following questions: Will this even work? flashcache works for block devices, however these are all virtual machines with their own setup. How much would I expect to increase performance? Most virtual machines run websites and some host games. How big does the SSD needs to be? Would having a bigger SSD increase performance since it's able to cache more files? What happens if the SSD dies? Would flashcache retrieve files from the traditional HDD and I could simply replace the SSD? How much faster would writeback be in comparison with writethrough and writearound? I have no access to a test system unfortunately, so could I install flashcache on a live server without unmounting the the disks? I found a great tutorial here which I would be using.

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  • How to detect hard disk failure?

    - by Devator
    So, one of my servers has a hard disk failure. It's running software RAID, the system locked up and according to /proc/mdstat (and /var/log/messages), it's really down: Personalities : [raid1] md2 : active raid1 sdb2[1] 104320 blocks [2/1] [_U] md5 : active raid1 sdb5[1] 2104448 blocks [2/1] [_U] md6 : active raid1 sdb6[1] 830134656 blocks [2/1] [_U] md1 : active raid1 sdb1[1] 143363968 blocks [2/1] [_U] and Nov 5 22:04:37 m38501 smartd[4467]: Device: /dev/sda, not capable of SMART self-check However when I do smartctl -H /dev/sda, it passes the test. It also passes the test with smartctl --test=short /dev/sda. So, is smartctl a broken testing tool, or am I doing something completely off?

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  • Bad network performance on KVM guest

    - by Devator
    I have a dedicated server connected to a 1000 Mbit port. However, the Debian guest is only getting half to a 1/4 the speeds: On the node itself (Linux node 2.6.32-279.9.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Sep 25 21:43:11 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux): wget http://www.bbned.nl/scripts/speedtest/download/file1000mb.bin -O /dev/null --2012-11-11 23:10:11-- http://www.bbned.nl/scripts/speedtest/download/file1000mb.bin Resolving www.bbned.nl... 62.177.144.181 Connecting to www.bbned.nl|62.177.144.181|:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK Length: 1048576000 (1000M) [application/octet-stream] Saving to: â/dev/nullâ 100%[====================================>] 1,048,576,000 100M/s in 10s 2012-11-11 23:10:21 (100 MB/s) - â/dev/nullâ On the guest (Debian 6.0.5, x64: Linux debian 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Sun Sep 23 10:07:46 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux): wget http://www.bbned.nl/scripts/speedtest/download/file1000mb.bin -O /dev/null --2012-11-11 23:10:41-- http://www.bbned.nl/scripts/speedtest/download/file1000mb.bin Resolving www.bbned.nl... 62.177.144.181 Connecting to www.bbned.nl|62.177.144.181|:80... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK Length: 1048576000 (1000M) [application/octet-stream] Saving to: â/dev/nullâ 100%[=================================================================================================================================================================================================>] 1,048,576,000 16.5M/s in 42s 2012-11-11 23:11:23 (23.8 MB/s) - â/dev/nullâ I use the virtio NIC. I tried some more NICs: e1000 and the Realtek 8139 but those yield even worse results. Anyone has an idea how to improve these speeds?

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  • Xen 4.1.2 unable to boot

    - by Devator
    I have installed Xen 3.1.2 perfectly, and it's running fine. However since that version is way outdated I just updated it to 4.1.2 by adding the gitco repository and then yum update. It installed fine, modified my grub.conf to reflect the changes but then on a reboot, it simply doesn't come back online (I can't see what's going on, as it's a rented dedicated server). What are my options? Booting into rescue mode and using the older kernel works fine, it will come back up. But once I use the xen.gz-4.1.2kernel, it won't come back up anymore and I need to use the rescue image.. My /boot/grub/grub.confis as follows: title CentOS (2.6.18-308.1.1.el5xen) root (hd0,1) #kernel /xen.gz-2.6.18-308.1.1.el5 dom0_mem=1024M kernel /xen.gz-4.1.2 module /vmlinuz-2.6.18-308.1.1.el5xen ro root=/dev/md1 module /initrd-2.6.18-308.1.1.el5xen.img When I uncomment the 3.1.2 kernel, it works fine, but booting with the 4.1.2 kernel fails and I have no idea what's going on. Hence my question: what are my options?

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  • Does anyone have experience with BSODs while creating a universal image with FOG?

    - by Devator
    I want to create a Windows XP universal image to image our computers using FOG server. The FOG server part is running fine, however when creating a Windows XP universal image, it keeps crashing (BSOD) with the 0x000007b error. I believe this has todo with the Mass Storage drivers, I followed many tutorials, but each of them crashes with the 0x000007b error. FYI, I followed this tutorial (but couldn't download the files, the host is down). I was wondering if any of you had experience with this and knows how to solve my problem?

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  • HDMI audio disappears when the TV is turned off and on

    - by Devator
    I have a new HTPC build (it's running Windows 7 Ultimate x64) and it has a ATI Radeon 6450 as graphics card. When I boot the PC, everything works fine. However, when the TV is turned off and then back on I notice there's no sound anymore. There are lots of other people who have this issue aswell. I've found this workaround however it doesn't seem to work for me. I have the newest drivers (12.4). Someone said it was fixed in 9.1 but I still have the issue. Any help is appreciated.

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  • How do I mount a raid disk

    - by Devator
    So I screwed up my grub.conf file on a CentOS system and I'm in recovery right now (it's only a test dedicated server). My disks are /dev/sda1 and /dev/sdb1 (RAID 1). Now I need to mount /dev/sda1 and make changes to the grub file, however those changed need to be reflected on the second disk aswell. How do I mount these RAID disks? I can mount one using mount -t ext3however it will damage the RAID array.

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  • LVM snapshot size

    - by Devator
    I currently have 2 volume's: [[email protected] /]# lvscan ACTIVE '/dev/vps/vm108_img' [30.00 GB] inherit ACTIVE '/dev/vps/vm109_img' [90.00 GB] inherit Now, I use the LVM snapshot function to create backups. My quesion is, what size does the snapshot needs to be? Atleast the same as the volume in question or can it be a lot smaller and will only the changes be saved into it?

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