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Jun
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comment File Sync Solution for Batch Processing (ETL)
Have you looked into ETL tools to manage this process? e.g., Pentaho Data Integration or equiv + some basic scripts?
Apr
4
comment I have both cable and DSL at home. How do I put that to good use?
Very entertaining!
Mar
25
comment OS X Can't Access Netatalk Shares
I am not familiar using these tools, but Apple has been changing up their AFP/NFS/SMB protocols in Lion. Not sure if they changed stuff in 10.6 though, but just a heads up. If these tools use kerberos or something similar, each system clock will need to be within a few minutes of each other as well.
Mar
25
comment How do I change the default version of a unix executable?
To add to Daniel's answer: MacPort's should have appended an export statement in your .profile or .bash_profile-- It will look like this export PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH If that line is not in there, add it and restart terminal. You can also type echo $PATH to see what is currently set in your shell.
Mar
5
comment Linux: Finding the largest directories on web host
you can just keep digging in... sudo du -sh /var/www/* will show sizes for anything in that folder
Mar
4
comment Route Add to VMWare image “The route addtion failed: the parameter is incorrect”
bridged mode would be the super easy fix unless you have a reason not to have it on your local lan
Mar
3
comment How to have sendmail write server IP in headers
It's good practice to create an IN TXT and IN SPF record for each domain (e.g. company.com, mail.company.com, etc)
Mar
3
comment How to have sendmail write server IP in headers
Add an SPF for each domain that will be sending mail on your behalf. The process is the receiving mail server checks the ip address of the sending server, does a reverse lookup, looks for SPF/TXT records that states the sending ip address or domain is authorized to send the email. An example bind entry may be:@ IN TXT "v=spf1 ip4:192.200.20.0/24 ip4:74.200.200.0/24 include:support.zendesk.com -all" and @ IN SPF "v=spf1 ip4:192.200.20.0/24 ip4:74.200.200.0/24 include:support.zendesk.com -all" This would allow two subnets to send mail as well as zendesk.
Mar
3
comment How to have sendmail write server IP in headers
I would guess that this is your problem. Also make sure you have reverse DNS entries for your domain as well.
Mar
2
comment How to have sendmail write server IP in headers
@Muzz They could be rejecting you for a number of reasons: virus detection, poor domain ratings, spf records, etc. and that specific reject reason is too vague to know. Are there any other 554's in your logs with a more descriptive reason? Out of curiosity, have you verified your SPF records? This tool can be helpful if you have not kitterman.com/spf/validate.html
Feb
29
comment scp doesn't work but ssh does
@akira maybe, maybe not. Not providing valid paths will cause the scp command to fail.. e.g, scp somefile user@host.com: Also, not having the correct permissions on the remote directory would also cause problems. Edited my answer to make it a little clearer
Feb
29
comment Can ping router and websites, but cannot load all webpages on Mac OS X 10.6.8
@Prat1292 Also, these may or may not be the fastest DNS servers for you. Check out code.google.com/p/namebench. It takes a while to run, but it will give you a nice list of fast DNS servers for your location.
Feb
26
comment What is creating the “Temporary Items” folder on my NAS
@AntonyScott updated my answer some. Hope it helps.
Feb
25
comment Problems with accessing Apache 2.2 server from outside the firewall
Also, if your web server is hosting more than one site (virtual hosts), you will need to add your ip address to the vhost you are using if you are not using a domain name. Example: ServerAlias mysite.com www.mysite.com localhost 109.234.234.12
Feb
25
comment Problems with accessing Apache 2.2 server from outside the firewall
Can you review your web servers log files? I am not familiar with Apache on Windows, but in *nix land they are located in /var/log/apache2/