So far as I could tell, nginx doesn't provide any stats out to snmp. This is something we like to watch closely so I put together the following based on a script I found here - http://www.kutukupret.com/2011/05/31/how-to-graph-nginx-statistics/
#junipered - to be promised a service or a product that was not delivered
#ciscoed - When you deliver the products and solutions that the customer wants, when the customer wants it.
After a huge amount of effort, lots of "status 1" lots of "can't open /cache/recovery/log " ... I stumbled across this site - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1150917
This is the config I'm recommending for people running cisco 877's on iinet. feel free to post back with any amendments.
config working on IOS 12.4(24)T3
last one - TPG Usernames for use on dialing up from your router..
should be in the format email@example.com
Again, keep getting asked this one, TPG uses PPPoE which works a little differently in terms of MTU and MSS.
I found the best settings for me were
on a cisco router this is achieved by
ip tcp adjust-mss 1452
ip mtu 1492
Keep getting asked this one, for some reason.
here they are, the TPG DNS (Domain Name Servers)
Been asked about this a bit over the last few weeks. It's official.. go forth and update to 10.7
Having had to use this on a very large database, I've made some small changes to the index fragmentation statistics script. this time to include table names (object_name) as well as database_name.
Well.. I picked up one of these amazing devices last year direct from china.. Loads of fun. A friend in my building did the same and plenty of dog fights later, we had some engine failures (after discovering the flying just above another drone makes their drown drop to the ground... conflicting altitude sensor??). While they are being fixed... I decided to have a think about what I'd like to get out of the drones...
The earth isn't flat. Sometimes you feel like over engineering a simple problem just because you can.
Late last year I put together a mobile web interface and used google maps for a store locator. I also had to use ASP Classic.
In the mids of this it struck me that a customer might find they were a few meters off from the actual distance from their current position, to what I'm reporting. Clearly this just won't do -so I re-worked it to compensate....in ASP CLASSIC, where most of the math is non existent.
Well, I just started upgrading the first drive in a 4 drive array in a HP AIO storage server. The problem is that the 3TB drive I put in only registered as 768GB, somewhat short of 3TB.
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Sometimes it doesn't make sense to rebuild all of your indexes as part of a maintenance plan. You may have mirroring running with large db tables, and your indexes may be several GB. As part of your maintenance schedule, I recommend manually finding fragmented indexes and rebuilding them yourself (or scripting this)
To do this you, you need to locate the indexes -- anything over 50% can be considered a problem.