This guide shows how to use LogFlush to flush old Kaseya NoActiveX files after they are no longer needed. Start by installing Log Flush Log Flush Download Open Log Flush and use the browse button to locate your download folder or the location you have set for Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox Downloads. Change File Type to “noActiveX-“ without quotes Change Recursion to 1 and set Aging to 0 Don’t forget to Save your settings Run the application to verify your settings are correct, you will be presented with a report after the program has ran successfully. Here you can
SAS/SATA LSI Hardware PCI-e RAID under $50, say what? Yes its true and I will show you how. Recently I was shopping for some Raid controllers for our Dell PowerEdge 2950’s at work which typically use a Dell PERC 5/i or you can outfit them with something better but I was looking for the OEM solution. I was hunting on eBay when I started to notice most of these cards where under $50, in fact I purchased 3 of them for $35 each. If you don’t know already a Dell PERC 5/i is nothing more than a re-branded LSI MegaRAID
Recently I ran into an issue that I would like to share with you and it had to do with slow file transfers. To make a long story short I am upgrading my server which has a RAID 5 and I am replacing the onboard RAID with a hard controller. To do this I am going to need to back up all my data on the RAID Array but this is where I ran into an issue. When I would transfer files from the array to one of my non-array drives I would receive 40-50 MBps sustained writes on one
When you setup a Dedicated server with a host like 1and1 they setup an admin account for root access on MySQL but the password is a mystery and login from outside the localhost isn’t possible anyway. After tons of frustration and searching I finally found the fix for this. The reason this is so important is mainly for backups, there’s no other way to backup all of you databases quickly other than using an account which can access all of your databases. When running Plesk in the default Reseller mode access to databases is limited to each domain and one
By now you should already have your server purchased and ready to go, if not go watch a movie while its being “set up” and come back here, I’ll be here I promise. I know when I got my first dedicated server from 1and1 Web Hosting it took forever for them to “set it up” or whatever it is they do. I read on the website it normally takes about 24 hours but in my case it was closer to 4 days. I don’t want to knock them because maybe they were low on hardware and I did get double
When it comes to IT monitoring software you nearly need a Bachelor’s degree from the software provider just to manage the damn thing, and we won’t even get into the complications involved in setting it all up. Its no secret I often fantasize about the perfect piece of monitoring software for specific tasks and all in one style solutions. At one point in the last year it was a task of mine to research all monitoring solutions I could find and come up with something affordable, fairly straight forward and easy to manage and it needed to scale well. By
I have seen this a few times in the recent past and it’s always the same. All of the folders and sub-folders within the main Websites directory have been spammed with several default index files. Generally the files are as follows. The reason you find every file type in every directory is obvious, the not so obvious is why they don’t include index.aspx & default.aspx on their list of files. Most of these hacker groups or “script kiddies” as their called seem to be Turkish or at least refer to Turkish Hackers in some way within the index files themselves.