This little console tool could ease your life significantly with many enhancements to the simple FTP protocol. This tip is for those how what to list all their files in a directory or the entire FTP account, but do not have ls command with recursive abilities. So the only option is to manually go through all the directories to fetch the listing information of the directories, but this could be automatically done by
lftp using the custom command “find” and if you add “-l” argument the output is like “ls -al” – file or directory, file permissions, user and group, file size, date and file name are shown on single line for each file.
Just execute the command with proper credentials and the starting directory of your choice. The command output could even be piped to another command. Keep on reading!
Optimistic or aggressive mode runs conflicting transactions in parallel and it sometimes happens to roll back. In our case probably something happened and the rollback failed and STOP/START saved the replication.
* Additional thoughts
If you try STOP/START and you get the same error, probably it worth trying truncating the table “mysql.gtid_slave_pos” if you do not use GTID Replication feature (the “show slave status” says “Using_Gtid: No”). And even if you use “Using_Gtid: No” you could probably always stop the replication, “change master” to use the old style and start again? Probably switching off the aggressive mode might help, too! Keep on reading!
This article is to show how to create RAID 1+0 in Smart Array P440 hardware controller and what kind of migration is possible from RAID 1+0 on this controller.
Existing RAID 1+0 could be migrated to RAID 0 or RAID 5 or RAID 6 (so the RAID Level transformation is possible) with different Stip size (any of the supported in the controller) on-the-fly with no data loss!
This article is to show how to create RAID 6 (ADG) in Smart Array P440 hardware controller and what kind of migration is possible from RAID 6 on this controller.
Existing RAID 6 could be migrated to RAID 0 or RAID 5 or RAID 1+0 (so the RAID Level transformation is possible) with different Stip size (any of the supported in the controller) on-the-fly with no data loss!
This article is to present how you can connect to the iLO remote keyboard, mouse and video (KVM) to create, migrate or view the arrays in hardware controller Smart Array P440. You are going to see multiple screenshots of the graphical user interface of Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Smart Storage Administrator (188.8.131.52)
This is not a command line manual of the command line tool to manage the Smart Array P440. This is the HP’s GUI utility, which you can enter by pressing F10 on server start. So to enter it you must restart your server and you must have physical access to the server or remote access over the Internet with your browser to use the HP’s KVM (keyboard, mouse, video) branded iLO – HP Integrated Lights-Out. With HP iLO you can manage your server as if you are physically in front of it. Check out more here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HP_Integrated_Lights-Out
Here are the steps you can do to manage your Smart Array P440 on a modern HP server – HP ProLiant DL160 Gen9. Our server is powered Off state. This is summery what you can see in the following screenshots: first, we open the web interface of the HP iLO by typing the IP of the iLO. Then we click on “Java Web Start” on the Overview page (it is accessible in the Remote Console menu, too). We are going to create an array and then go through most of the controller and application settings. Read ahead to see the whole process…
SCREENSHOT 1) The login page of the HPE iLO ProLiant – the HP’s KVM of your server.
Write your login credentials and click on “Log In”.
Updating the KDE Plasma Desktop in our Gentoo workstations this time failed with
CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake/Modules/CMakeFindDependencyMacro.cmake:48 (find_package):
Found package configuration file:
but it set Qt5WebKit_FOUND to FALSE so package "Qt5WebKit" is considered to
be NOT FOUND. Reason given by package:
Qt5WebKit could not be found because dependency is required to have exact
It was strange because the previous emerge included the QT upgrade from old 5.11.2 to 5.12.1 and this dependency should have been resolved properly before:
emerge -vau $(qlist -IC|grep dev-qt|sort|uniq)
But apparently despite that the emerge built all QT libraries in dependency order the “dev-qt/qtwebkit” was built against the old QT libraries. And this is what is saying the above error!
The solution is really simple just rebuild the dev-qt/qtwebkit
root@srv ~ # emerge -va dev-qt/qtwebkit
These are the packages that would be merged, in order:
Calculating dependencies... done!
[ebuild R ] dev-qt/qtwebkit-5.212.0_pre20180120:5/5.212::gentoo USE="X geolocation hyphen jit multimedia opengl printsupport qml -gles2 -gstreamer -nsplugin
-orientation -webp" 0 KiB
Total: 1 package (1 reinstall), Size of downloads: 0 KiB
Would you like to merge these packages? [Yes/No] yes
As the web grows and the technology advances the page size of the web sites also grows or just some times you might want to output a big chunk of data from your application server – PHP-FPM (but it could be any of another ruby, python, C, Django and more), for example.
Here is a fast configuration tip (note this is not the proxy-related warning!):
The default nginx buffers per CGI connection are too small
Here is what to do in your nginx configuration file: First, look for a line “include /etc/nginx/fastcgi_params;” or similar and add or edit if they exist after this line: