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The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 7) - Configuring an nPartition and Virtual Partitions for Auto-Booting
The two vPars are now configured and running properly. However, the boot sequence for the vPar monitor and the two vPars requires manual interaction.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 6) - Creating the Second Virtual Partition, Booting the Second Virtual Partition
After booting the first virtual partition, the second will be created. Most of the options for creating the vPar are similar to those specified when creating the first vPar.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 5) - Virtual Partition States, Booting the First Virtual Partition
These states are helpful in interpreting the output of the vparstatus command and managing vPars. Listing 4 shows the zoo24 vPar is in the N/A state. In this case, the vPar monitor has not been booted, so the vPar can't be in any other state
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 4) - Installation of Virtual Partitions
Installing Virtual Partitions is straightforward. The two most common methods used for installing the vPar software are (a) using an Ignite-UX server to install HP-UX and vPars together, and (b) installing and booting HP-UX and then installing the vPar software as a separate step afterward.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 3) - Planning for Virtual Partitions
Proper planning for vPars greatly simplifies the implementation process. Before performing any vPar tasks, the state of the server should be captured for future reference. At a minimum, output of the parstatus and ioscan commands should be saved or printed.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 2) - The Virtual Partition Environment
The environment for this scenario is an HP nPartition server. An nPartition with one cell, four CPUs, and 2GB of memory will host two vPars. See Table 1 for the details of the nPartition.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : Virtual Partition Example Scenario (part 1)
This example scenario consists of the following steps. These steps are covered in detail throughout the example scenario. There are many possible ways to deploy vPars, and the intent of this example is to illustrate just one of them.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : HP Virtual Partitions - Virtual Partition Terminology
Local Bus Adapter (LBA) is the hardware layer that can be assigned to a single vPar. The assignment of an LBA to a vPar assigns the I/O slot, the contained PCI card, and all devices attached to the PCI card.
The HP Virtual Server Environment : HP Virtual Partitions - Virtual Partitions Overview
HP Virtual Partitions (vPars) allows the hardware of a single server to be divided into separate entities, each of which is capable of running a distinct operating system
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 8) - Using the EMS to Manage Mailbox Properties
The Set-User and the Get-User cmdlets helped you with non-Exchange-specific properties of a user account, but the Get-Mailbox and the Set-Mailbox cmdlets will help you view and set the properties of a mailbox-enabled user account.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 7) - Using the EMS to Manage User Properties
You can also manage mailbox and user properties from the EMS. For doing any type of mailbox administration "in bulk," you will definitely want to learn how to use the EMS.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 6) - Using the EMC to Manage User and Mailbox Properties
Let's start with managing user and mailbox properties using the EMC. We want to take a look at a few of the things that you can do and some of the user property pages.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 5) - Creating a New User and Assigning a Mailbox Using the EMC
Previously, you saw that the EMC's New Mailbox wizard would allow you to create a new user account at the same time you enable the mailbox. It is true that the new EMC has some rudimentary user creation and management tasks
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 4) - Assigning a Mailbox to a User from the EMS
In a larger organization, you will probably want to streamline or script the creation of new mailboxes and/or user accounts. The EMS allows you to do this easily. For now, though, let's look at the example you just completed from the EMC graphical user interface.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 3) - Assigning a Mailbox to More than One User
For most administrators, user accounts and mailboxes are created a few at a time rather than one at a time. The procedure for doing this using the EMC is almost identical to the procedure for assigning a mailbox to a single user.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 2) - Using the EMC to Assign a Mailbox
Exchange Server 2010's management tools include a great new feature that will automatically assign a user to a mailbox database. This is a great feature for organizations that have trouble balancing mailboxes on mailbox databases; frequently a mailbox administrator will always select the first mailbox database in the list.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 : Managing Mailboxes (part 1)
The Exchange Management Console (EMC) allows you to associate a mailbox with an existing user in the Active Directory, or you can create the user account (if you have the necessary permissions).
Bare-Metal Recovery : Solaris Bare-Metal Recovery - Setup of a Noninteractive Restore (part 2) - Creating a Noninteractive Disk Image
If you wish to perform a noninteractive restore from an NFS mount, you should have a properly configured Solaris network boot server configured on your network and boot using the boot net – install command.
Bare-Metal Recovery : Solaris Bare-Metal Recovery - Setup of a Noninteractive Restore (part 1) - Noninteractive Setup Files, Creating a Noninteractive Tape Image
Jumpstart has been used for many years to automate the installation of Solaris. Flash archive uses some of the same technology as Jumpstart; for example, it uses the concept of the profile, rules, and sysidcfg files to provide for a noninteractive restore from a flash archive image.
Bare-Metal Recovery : Solaris Bare-Metal Recovery - Preparing for an Interactive Restore (part 2) - Bare-Metal Recovery with Flash Archive
The flash recovery is now complete. Once the system reboots, you may have to configure system information such as the node name and network information.
Bare-Metal Recovery : Solaris Bare-Metal Recovery - Preparing for an Interactive Restore (part 1) - Creating Flash Archive Images
The easiest way to get started using flash archive is to create backups for an interactive restore. This requires more work during the recovery process, but you’ll have a bootable backup in only a few minutes
Bare-Metal Recovery : Solaris Bare-Metal Recovery - Using Flash Archive
The following section gives you an overview of how flash archive can be used to perform bare-metal recoveries. It also provides a list of setup questions to consider when setting up flash archive.
Commercial Backup Utilities (part 1) - Full Support of Your Platforms, Backup of Raw Partitions
Many environments use their commercial backup product to back up raw partitions. A partition is a section of disk that may or may not contain a filesystem.
Programming WCF Services : Instance Management - Behaviors
By and large, the service instance mode is strictly a service-side implementation detail that should not manifest itself on the client side in any way.
SAP Planning : Best Practices Approach to Staffing the SAP TSO
The SAP Technical Support Organization (SAP TSO) is the single most valuable resource an SAP customer has.
Creating Interactive Windows Services : Services and Polling - Using Configuration Files
Using a resource file to store configuration information is not always the best solution. Therefore we will implement once last change to the service: We will add a configuration file.
Creating Interactive Windows Services : Services and Polling - Updating Tutorials.ThreadFunc
We are no longer performing the processing in the class ThreadFunc. However, we will still use it to create the instances of the FileWorker class, set the options, and start the processing.
Windows System Programming : Exception Handling - Vectored Exception Handling
Exception handling functions can be directly associated with exceptions, just as console control handlers can be associated with console control events.
Windows System Programming : Exception Handling - Example: A Console Control Handler
The handler routine will put out a message, wait 10 seconds, and, it would appear, return TRUE, terminating the program. The main program, however, detects the exitFlag flag and stops the process.
Windows System Programming : Exception Handling - Console Control Handlers
Exception handlers can respond to a variety of asynchronous events, but they do not detect situations such as the user logging off or entering a Ctrl-C from the keyboard to stop a program. Use console control handlers to detect such events.
Microsoft Enterprise Library : Relieving Cryptography Complexity - Diving in with an Example (part 2) - Obtaining and Comparing Hash Values
To create and compare hash values, you use a hash provider. As you saw earlier, the Cryptography block includes several hash providers. The examples we provide use two of these: the SHA512 hash algorithm provider and the MD5Cng hash algorithm provider.
Microsoft Enterprise Library : Relieving Cryptography Complexity - Diving in with an Example (part 1) - Encrypting and Decrypting Data Using A Symmetric Provider
To encrypt and decrypt information, you use a symmetric encryption provider. As you saw earlier, the Cryptography block includes several symmetric encryption providers.
Microsoft Enterprise Library : Relieving Cryptography Complexity - How Do I Use the Cryptography Block?
You can use two different types of Symmetric Encryption Provider in the Cryptography block (in addition to custom providers that you create).
Microsoft Enterprise Library : Relieving Cryptography Complexity - What Does the Cryptography Block Do?
The Cryptography block provides mechanisms to perform two basic activities: symmetric encryption/decryption of data, and creating hash values from data
Review : Aztech FG7008GR(AC) 2400Mbps Gigabit Router
Like the other Wave 2 routers on the market - Asus RT-AC87U and the Linksys E8350 - Aztech's offers four spatial streams on the 802.11ac standard (1,733Mbps) and one on the older 802.11n standard (600Mbps). Add the two numbers to get the advertised 2,400Mbps figure.
Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 6) - Sender Reputation
Sender reputation is the most promising feature of Exchange 2010 when it comes to reducing the amount of spam you receive. This is because much of the spam that is received today is sent by bot or zombie networks.
Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 5) - Sender Filtering, Sender ID
Sender filtering is one of the oldest antispam features in Exchange; it is probably also the least effective. The premise is that you provide a list of SMTP addresses or domains that should not be able to send your users email.
Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 4) - IP Block and Allow Lists, Recipient Filtering , Tarpitting
The IP Block List and IP Allow List features allow you to specify individual IP addresses, subnets, or entire ranges of IP addresses from which you will not accept or will always accept mail, respectively
Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 3) - IP Block and IP Allow Providers
Arguably, block list providers are one of the most effective ways to prevent spam from reaching your users. The block list is an effective way to block spam, but some mail administrators consider block lists to be one step above evil incarnate
Using Exchange Server 2010 Antispam Tools (part 2) - Content Filtering
Content filtering is a feature in Exchange Server 2010 that was formerly known as the Intelligent Message Filter. And arguably it is the most useful of the antispam features.
 
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