Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve done a real post on this site. I’ve got many interesting things to discuss, but it has been a great last few years. More to come, but mainly, I’m just moved hosting providers and onto a VPS server.
Just a quick note about configuring SSH on a Cisco Catalyst 4900M Switch: Note: You can leave the “telnet” off vty transport, but if you do ensure that you’ve tested SSH first!
Because I always lose them: Remember —- %ALLUSERSPROFILE%
A quick bookmark for later: http://rufus.akeo.ie/
I was asked the other day what happens with maxfiles. Maxfiles has to do with inodes on the NetApp. This can get full due to many small files in a volume and you can still have plenty of space but not have enough inodes. Basically, increasing the maxfiles cannot be reversed, however when you grow … Continue reading “vol maxfiles”
This is to match what System Manger 2.2 creates as a vol type but via CLI, some of us still batch out our commands in notepad so here yah go:
I ran into the issue where Windows was not mounting the Phone’s SD card within windows, so I had to revert back to using adb. This method requires that you’ve download the drivers for your phone, along with the android sdk (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html). The SDK will download and you extract to any location of your choosing. … Continue reading “Android: Push file to sdcard with adb”
Because I always forget them, here’s the commands:
Ever had a system where you were running 7.3.x and got a new disk shelf intended for a 8.x release and the disks show as broken?
A quick command that I always forget to remember when you want to unown disks from a NetApp where nether filer owns the disks. This can happen when you move a shelf from one controller pair to another.