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This can also be done using COUNTIFS. You need to build a range of numbers to be the "buckets". If you just want a quick answer, you can just drag down far enough to capture all your data. If you want a more robust solution, you can add a conditional to the category to see if it is larger than the MAX of the data and #N/A it out so it does not plot. ...


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Quick way to do this with just Excel features (no formulas/VBA) is via a PivotTable. You can specifically make good use of the Group Field feature. It allows you to count occurences within a given range of values. Picture of results, the dialog that is displayed came from PivotTable->Analyze->Group Field up in the Ribbon. You need to have one of ...


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This is probalby not possible! The application will save the error/Event logs in the language it is installed. I suggest to install the OS and applications in English and Change the language back to spanisch. But first try to test what happens, when you Change your OS language to Englisch.


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This is not common for OpenVZ, although this is often a personal preference. There is no technical need, since container disk can be extended dynamically, while a container is running, without affecting any container operations. Disk in OpenVZ acts like quota to use the underlying host disk, this is why it's safe to extend the quota/increase limit.


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I disabled all vhosts logging with: find /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/* -exec sed -i 's/#*[Cc]ustom[Ll]og/#CustomLog/g' {} \; find /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/* -exec sed -i 's/#*[Ee]rror[Ll]og/#ErrorLog/g' {} \; and commented out in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf #ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log and added ErrorLog /dev/null Restart apache gracefully: ...


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If you have sar you probably have gnuplot which supports ASCII output. (Example 2) can be used with sar. (Example 2)


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I suggest you check /server-status and sar -d -p. If you see L - Logging state and have high disk latency (see sar's column await higher than tens of msecs), then you would most likely get better performance writing to only one place on the disk rather than to hundreds opened files.


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I recently came across fatrace which uses fanotify. Works beautiful so I figured I would share. It does log all types of file operations including open/create/modify to stdout or optionally a file and you can even filter as to get only some types of operations. By default it monitors all mounts except the virtual ones. The author himself explains it well ...


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It is unlikely that it is panicking. All logs are easily readable using the Console application in your /Applications/Utilities folder. What you're experiencing is more likely to be related to a damaged filesystem on your startup disk, or possibly but less likely the startup disk could be showing early signs of mechanical issues. The best troubleshooting ...


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you can try the following command last -1x shutdown or the reboot could be helpful in this situation last reboot | less


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Use tshark. // Get list of interfaces C:\Program Files\Wireshark>tshark -D // Run on desired interface with -i #, where # is the number of the interface you wish to monitor. C:\Program Files\Wireshark>tshark -i # -f "udp port 53" -w C:\DNSDump.txt // If you prefer to capture the human readable output, do this instead. C:\Program ...


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Maybe this will help you, if you're not using the time in specific usage. TurnedOnTimesView: Monitor Windows Startup & Shutdown times


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Give this a shot. You can define where the logs go, what the error code is, etc. Make it your own. If you want to use gmail to send the message, there's a tutorial I saw a while back. I'm sure you can find it. Try { Database dump commands } Catch { Write-EVentLog -LogName Application -Source "Baller Script" -EntryType Error -EventID 42 -Message "There ...



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