Hi there admins, Today I spend an hour figuring out why the “Order” directive in apache 2.2.19 resulted in errors. Knowing that “Order” was previously provided by “mod_access.so” i started my quest in figuring out why that module was missing. What did i find? Mod_access was renamed or recompiled to “mod_authz_host.so”. as described here… http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_authz_host.html […]Read More mod_access.so missing in apache 2.2.19? Check This!
All you need is apache installed, then download php 5.3.6. src and run the following configuration command. Next note the errors during configuration and install the required packages needed from the install media then rerun the command up till it finishes succesfully. When the configuration is done, run the “make all” command after which you […]Read More Compile PHP5.3.6 on OEL5.5 x64
I have written an init script for Tomcat Catalina running in RHEL version 5. I have tested this script using Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.5 Carthage. The script should comply to the init standards defined for RedHat Enterprise Linux using the INIT Functions lib. The script also alows the use of chkconfig eventhough you might want to […]Read More RHEL5 init script for tomcat catalina
Be aware of licensing, ‘soft’ partitioned virtualized guests with Oracle products installed are a financial RISK! OracleVM supports ‘Hard’ partitioning. In essence the OracleVM product is equal to any ‘soft’ partitioning solution. This is because in essence the Oracle (Xen) Hypervisor will also use all of the resources in the pool to spread the workload as efficiently […]Read More OracleVM & Oracle licensing….
What is this article about? When reading the Oracle Documentation you might discover that the method of ‘migrating’ a running OVS-server into a new POOL is not very well documented. In this article I will explain in steps that allow you to add a running OVS-Server into a new POOL on a new OVS-Manager. Setup […]Read More Migrating a running OVS to a new OVM (howto)
Previous version and detaild information https://sysengineers.wordpress.com/2010/02/05/check_iostat-for-nagios-version-0-9-5/ Application Goal: Check disk IO using a simple perl script and possibly the counters allready available in the linux /proc/ directory. The program must be able to run under Nagios and should return a ‘Nagios’ correct syntax to the prompt. This way the plugin should be usable for Linux […]Read More Check_iostat.pl version 0.9.7