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  • Remote Mac OS X server using Windows 7 with VNC

    - by Ali
    I've search most of the topic around here in @SuperUser and around most of the webs they can easily access Windows uing Mac OS X but I have a question can I access my Mac using Windows? I've activate my screen sharing on my Mac OS X and I can use another Macbook to access it no problem but once I use TightVNC or UltraVNC and any VNC base program non of them really worked for me. So is there any alternative to VNC to give me option to access my Mac using VNC or something like that? Thanks.

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  • SQL Server 2008 CPU usage goes to 100% - troubleshooting help needed?

    - by Ali
    I have a fairly powerful database server having SQL Server 2008 R2 installed. There is only one database on it which is being accessed from 2 servers (around 5/6 applications). The problem is as soon as applications start pointing to the database, system's CPU usage goes upto 100% with sqlserver itself using 95+%. I have checked profiler, there aren't any heavy queries running there. I have checked active connections, they are hardly 150. Still CPU usage is around 100% and applications are experiencing slow response/connection to database server are getting refused. Database grus, I really need some ideas here. Thanks.

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  • Using rsync to take backup of folder

    - by Ali
    Hi, I have a server (Linux) with NAS which is mounted as folder "mount" I have website in "public_html" folder. I want to take backup of website in mount folder automatically at certain intervals for e.g. every hour. I read that there is something called "rsync" which is used to make two folders sync. And it doesn't copy all files every time and instead matches if the file has been changed and then only update changed files. How do I use it to make automatic backups? I have root access to server. Thanks

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  • resize image without image quality reduction

    - by ali
    In web design , it's usually needed to design an image for example in Photoshop and then use multiple sizes of it. but I don't understand something here : When I resize the image (PNG or JPG) and reduce the dimensions of that in Photoshop , the image quality extremely gets reduced and the edges become messy while resizing the image in a simple software like Microsoft Paint gives a really better output! So what's the reason ? Is there a trick in Photoshop for image resizing which I've missed? Thanks for your help. UPDATE: I resize in this way : image image size , then enter new dimensions , all of checkboxes are checked , and have tried all of resample modes including Bicubic sharper

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  • The Wifi is working fine but no internet connection in Windows 8 [migrated]

    - by Ali
    I'm currently having a Problem with my msi GT70 laptop. my laptop is running windows 8 and yesterday it requested a Restart to Update. after the Restart and the update I tried to surf the net through google chrome, the WiFi connection is perfect but the page I tried to access is not loading at all, after a while it shows failure to load page. I disabled and reenabled the WiFi chip through the device manager but still no internet connection. I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers, still no internet. I updated the Driver of the wifi, still no internet, I even went to Wifi configuration and tried to change the DNS and reset it back to automatically, still no Luck.. I'm really lost I don't know what to do, I don't want to go deep and play with Laptop DNA "aka: registry file" and screw things up. I really appreciate any help in this matter. thanks in advance. Note: I tried to access many pages but no luck. I even tried Firefox, Opera, even ie still no luck. The internet is working fine on my tablet and cellphone, except for the Laptop.

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  • DNS settings for resolving Host name to IP not working?

    - by Hasas Ali Khan
    I want to access my IIS hosted application over LAN. First I installed a DNS server. The DNS configuration steps are: Go to DNS Manager - right click on System Name - click on configure a DNS Server. DNS Server wizard open -, click on next button - Select radio button "forward lookup zone" click on next button. In the second window. click on radio button "The server maintains the zone" and then click next. Give the zone name "example.com" Click on radio button, "Do Not allow dynamic updates". and then click next button. In the next window, click on radio button "No it should not forward query" and then click next button. Complete the configure a DNS server wizard and then click on finish button. After it is managing the DNS records: In DNS server wizard. open tree of forward lookup zone and right click on the new zone name "example.com" - properties and click on "Start of authority" and write values on text boxes serial number=1 primary server=systemname.domainname responsible person=hostmaster.domainname Click on server name, highlight domain name, click on edit button and enter IP address of the server where I host my application. Highlight new zone name and right click on it and click "New Host" option. In this window there are three text boxes: Name(user parent name if blank)=scoring Fully Qualified Domain Name=scoring.example.com IP Address= My IP Address and check on "Create associated pointer(PTR) record" and click on "Add Host" Host button and then click done button. I have host header for my application is "scoring" on port 80 and its working fine on server my application setting are I have change its, Advance setting --> Application Pool Identity --> Local System application can access on server with host name "scoring" but it can not access on machines on LAN. When I change LAN machine host file that is under, C:/windows/system32/driver/etc/host and edit it and enter host name with hosted machine IP like this: scoring 192.168.1.20 By making these changes I can run the application over LAN machines as I mentioned above DNS setting by which I can run App over LAN with out editing the client's host file. What mistake am I doing in this configuration?

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  • Google Analytics says I'm Getting 50 percent bounce rate on my website ! Help!

    - by Ali
    Hi guys, I recently launched my web application and set up google analytics to monitor it. For some weird reason google analytics shows a 49.7 percent bounce rate - I'm quite suprised as to why and how is this possible. My web application works well - I've never been bounced off even once whenever I visit it from any browser. What's going on I have no idea what to look out for here?

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  • webmin not working on port 10000

    - by Ali
    Hi, I posted a similar question yesterday but can't seem to find that post. I have installed webmin on my server which has SSL and its service is running but I am unable to open it in browser. I thought may be the port is blocked by server's firewall so I entered port 10000 (TCP - inbound) in APF but still no luck. When I use https://localhost:10000 on server to access webmin then it works fine but not remotely. Why is such a simple thing so hard to run? Thanks

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  • How to create a bootable USB Windows OS using Mac OS X

    - by Ali
    I'm having a trouble here because of my PC infected today and I tried everything to get it back and the only option left for me now is to do a clean install. Now what happen is I have Macbook Pro with 8GB USB which I emptied the USB stick now. I've download Windows 7 from my college website [With license not pirate] and wanted to make a bootable USB so I can format my PC to get it run again. Now I know that disk utilities can be done with DVD/CD but what I can make a bootable USB to run it on my PC?

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  • Error on table import

    - by Moazam Ali
    I am importing tables from my backup server to main server through import; all the tables import successfully but one table could not import and gives the error below. What should i do with it? error at destination for row number 2334233 errors encountered so far in this task : 1 could not allocate space for object 'operator_audit_trail' in database sens_ms because the 'sens_index' file group is full

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  • How to recover data from software RAID 5 disk partition

    - by Ali n
    I have CentOS 5.8 on my computer, with 5x 1TB hard drives. I used software RAID. (RAID 1 as a boot partition md0, RAID 0 as a root partition md1 and RAID 5 as /home partition md3). Unfortunately one of these hard drives failed lately and I want to replace it with a new one. I want to know that is it possible to change this hard drive without data loss? The important partition is RAID 5 so in theory if one of hard drives failed I should be able to recover its data without any problem. But in practice how can I do that?

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  • Dual-booting Ubuntu and Pardus with GRUB2...Pardus no show?

    - by Ibn Ali al-Turki
    I have Ubuntu 10.10 installed and used to dual-boot Fedora, but I replaced Fedora with Pardus. After the install, I went into ubuntu, and did a sudo update-grub. It detected my Pardus 2011 install there. When I rebooted, it did not show up in my grub2 menu however. I went back to Ubuntu and did it again...then checked the grub.cfg, and it is not there. I have read that Pardus uses a grub legacy. How can I get Pardus into my grub2 menu? Thanks! sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 500.1 GB, 500107862016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 60801 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0xd9b3496e Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 1 15197 122067968 83 Linux /dev/sda2 36394 60802 196059757 5 Extended /dev/sda3 15197 30394 122067968 83 Linux /dev/sda5 36394 59434 185075308 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda6 59434 60802 10983424 82 Linux swap / Solaris Partition table entries are not in disk order and update-grub Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.35-25-generic Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-2.6.35-25-generic Found memtest86+ image: /boot/memtest86+.bin Found Pardus 2011 (2011) on /dev/sda3 Yet after this, I go to grub.cfg, and Pardus is not there.

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  • Reboot VPS by reaching memory limit

    - by Ali
    When a server uses memory more than available RAM, the system will shut down the virtual machine. Then, it is only possible to boot from outside (VPS control panel, e.g. vePortal or SolusVM). However, it should be possible to plan a reboot before possible shut down. What is the best practical method to check the used memory, and reboot the system upon reaching e.g. 90% of the allowed RAM? Is there a common program or script to do so? I am using Debian/Ubuntu.

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  • Can not copy files after installing windows

    - by Ali
    I am experiencing a weird problem. I was running Xubuntu on my laptop until yesterday that I had to delete Xubuntu and install Windows. I had a NTFS partition on my Xubuntu that I kept some files on it. Today after installing windows I wanted to move all the files from that partition to an external HDD. I selected all files and folders and clicked on Copy, then I went to the HDD and clicked on paste but nothing happened. I can not do that. I do not know why. I copy the files, and wherever I click paste, nothing happens. If I try to copy the files and folders one by one, I can copy some of them, but some of them do not move. The other problem I have is that I can not open some files, in particular pdf files. When I click on pdf files I get this error: There was an error opening this document. This file cannot be found. Also, I cannot play some mp4 files. I can not open some jpg and txt files. I get this error The directory name is invalid. So in summary, after removing Xubuntu and installing windows 7 I have the following problems with one of the NTFS partitions on my internal drive: Can not copy or cut all folders and files from that partition to any other partition - I also do not get any errors. Can copy some folders and files Can not access some pdf, jpeg, txt and mp4 files and get the above errors. I should also mention I did not change anything for this partition during the installation or formatting the other partitions.

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  • Daily tech links for .net and related technologies - May 13-16, 2010

    - by SanjeevAgarwal
    Daily tech links for .net and related technologies - May 13-16, 2010 Web Development Integrating Twitter Into An ASP.NET Website Using OAuth - Scott Mitchell T4MVC Extensions for MVC Partials - Evan Building a Data Grid in ASP.NET MVC - Ali Bastani Introducing the MVC Music Store - MVC 2 Sample Application and Tutorial - Jon Galloway Announcing the RTM of MvcExtensions - kazimanzurrashid Optimizing Your Website For Speed Web Design Validation with the jQuery UI Tabs Widget - Chris Love A Brief History...(read more)

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  • links for 2011-02-09

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Tech Cast Live - Java and Oracle, One Year Later - February 15th 10AM PST (Oracle Technology Network Blog (aka TechBlog)) (tags: ping.fm) The impact of IT decisions on organizational culture - O'Reilly Radar "While I believe we recognize the limiting qualities of IT decisions, I'd suggest we've insufficiently studied the degree to which those decisions in aggregate can have a large influence on organizational culture." - Jonathan Reichental, Ph.D. (tags: ITgovernance organizationalculture enterprisearchitecture) Women "computers" of World War II - Boing Boing "Before it came to mean laptops, PCs, or even room-sized machines, "computer" was what you called a person who did mathematical calculations for a living. That job was vitally important during World War II. And, like many vital jobs on the homefront, it was turned over to women..." (tags: computers history worldwar2) InfoQ: Book Excerpt and Interview: 100 SOA Questions Asked and Answered A new "100 SOA Questions Asked and Answered " book by Kerrie Holley and Ali Arsanjani provides a deep insight into SOA covering a wide spectrum of topics from SOA basics to its business and organizational impact, to SOA methods and architecture to SOA future. InfoQ spoke with Kerrie Holley and Ali Arsanjani about their book. (tags: ping.fm) @myfear: GlassFish City - Another view onto your favorite application server Oracle ACE Director Markus Eisele runs GlassFish through CodeCity. (tags: oracle otn oracleace glassfish codecity) The Ron Batra Blog: Technology Whispers: Upcoming Presentations Oracle ACE Director Ron Batra shares details on upcoming presentations at OAUG events in the US and Dubai. (tags: oaug c11 oracle otn oracleace) Free ADF Training Event in the UK (Grant Ronald's Blog) Gobsmack survivor Grant Ronald with the details on an Oracle ADF training session he'll conduct on 11 May 2011 at the UK Oracle office in Reading. (tags: oracle otn adf) Java Spotlight Episode 16 - Richar Bair - The Java Spotlight Podcast The latest Java Spotlight podcast features an interview with Java Client Architect Richar Bair. (tags: oracle java podcast) Stewart Bryson: OBIEE 11g Migrations "[Rittman Mead's] Mark and Venkat have covered OBIEE migration methodologies in the past (see here, here and here), but I decided to throw my hat in the ring on the subject, as I had to develop a methodology for a client recently and wanted to share my experiences." - Stewart Bryson (tags: oracle otn obiee businessintelligence) Dr. Chris Harding: The golden thread of interoperability | Open Group Blog "There are so many things going on at every Conference by The Open Group that it is impossible to keep track of all of them, and this week’s Conference in San Diego, California, is no exception. The main themes are Cybersecurity, Enterprise Architecture, SOA and Cloud Computing." - Dr. Chris Harding (tags: entarch soa interoperability cloud) Marc Kelderman: OSB: Creating an Asynchronous / Fire-Forget WebService Call Creating a fire-and-forget call via OSB is simple, according to solution architect Marc Kelderman. "The trick is to send NO response back to the caller, only an HTTP response code, 200 or any other." (tags: oracle otn servicebus)

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  • Google I/O 2012 - Automating the Use of Affiliate Links to Monetize Your Web Site

    Google I/O 2012 - Automating the Use of Affiliate Links to Monetize Your Web Site Ali Pasha, Shaun Cox Some of the most profitable web sites on the web use affiliate links to both drive traffic and monetize their existing traffic. This talk will walk you through how to automate most of your existing processes using the Google Affiliate Network, similar to how other larger websites do this today. For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to developers.google.com From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 37 1 ratings Time: 47:12 More in Science & Technology

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  • OAuth 2.0 for Google Drive and the Adsense API

    OAuth 2.0 for Google Drive and the Adsense API Google engineers Nicolas Garnier, Ali Afshar, and Sergio Gomes discuss the OAuth 2.0 playground and how to use it with the Google Drive And AdSense APIs. OAuth 2.0 and its inner workings are explained in detail, and usage of the OAuth 2.0 playground in context of Google Drive and the AdSense API is demonstrated thoroughly. The sessions wraps up with some discussion of questions from live viewers. From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 9 0 ratings Time: 57:02 More in Science & Technology

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  • Cinco podcasts marotos sobre desenvolvimento ou quase (pt-BR)

    - by srecosta
    Ando muito de ônibus e metrô.Se você também faz isto, sabe que você acaba desenvolvendo técnicas para não se dar conta de quanto tempo da sua vida você está desperdiçando ali, parado, no trânsito.Uma das minhas técnicas preferidas é ouvir podcasts. É fácil de baixar, a maioria cuida bem do aúdio e quando você percebe, já está em casa.Criei uma lista de cinco podcasts que você pode ler em: http://www.srecosta.com/2012/09/13/cinco-podcasts-marotos-sobre-desenvolvimento-ou-quase/ Grande abraço,Eduardo Costa

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  • Generating a Google Drive Hosted Website with tools you have lying around in your kitchen

    Generating a Google Drive Hosted Website with tools you have lying around in your kitchen Now that you can host web content in Google Drive, Ali will take a look at writing some code to generate a website from files stored in Google Drive. This should be a fun session, and as will all live coding, totally able to fail in about a million ways. From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 03:30:00 More in Science & Technology

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  • Managing Slowly Changing Dimension with MERGE Statement in SQL Server

    Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) Transformation is a quick and easy way to manage smaller slowly changing dimensions but it has several limitations and does not perform well when the number of rows or columns gets larger. Arshad Ali explores some of the alternatives you can use for managing larger slowly changing dimensions. How to automate your .NET and SQL Server deploymentsDeploy .NET code and SQL Server databases in a single repeatable process with Red Gate Deployment Manager. Start deploying with a 28-day trial.

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  • How to Communicate Between SSBS Applications Across Instances

    Arshad Ali demonstrates how to verify the SQL Server Service Broker (SSBS) configuration when both the Initiator and Target are in different SQL Server instances, how to communicate between them and how to monitor the conversation. Free trial of SQL Backup™“SQL Backup was able to cut down my backup time significantly AND achieved a 90% compression at the same time!” Joe Cheng. Download a free trial now.

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  • FileStream and FileTable in SQL Server 2012

    SQL Server 2012 enhanced the SQL Server 2008 FileStream data type by introducing FileTable, which lets an application integrate its storage and data management components to allow non-transactional access, and provide integrated SQL Server services. Arshad Ali explains how. Top 5 hard-earned lessons of a DBAIn part one, read about ‘The Case of the Missing Index’ and learn from the experience of The DBA Team. Read now.

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  • Getting Started with Columnstored Index in SQL Server 2014 – Part 2

    Column Store Index, which improves performance of data warehouse queries several folds, was first introduced in SQL Server 2012. Though it had several limitations, now SQL Server 2014 enhances the columnstore index and overcomes several of the earlier limitations. In this article, Arshad Ali discusses how you can get started using the enhanced columnstore index feature in SQL Server 2014 and do some performance tests.

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