Disable Frozen Virtual Machine On VMware ESXi 4 Out Of vSphere

There is a situation, when in VMware vSphere Client VM on ESXi does not obey commands Shut Down / Power Off and remained “unresponsive” to you. The following describes the same three ways to “kill” the unruly virtual machine, but only as to the VMware ESXi. 1. Because the service console in VMware ESXi is […]

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Backup Memory To Host The Windows for Microsoft Hyper-V

As you know, the virtualization platform Microsoft Hyper-V Servers R2 SP1 allows you to redistribute the available memory between the guest OS virtual machine (each machine has a guaranteed minimum, and used memory can grow dynamically up to a certain limit). But to make Dynamic Memory beautifully worked for large loads Parent Partition host (for […]

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Misconceptions Surrounding Colocation Web Hosting

There is so much talk about managed hosting services, dedicated web hosting and cloud hosting, that colocation hosting is getting a bit sidelined. Or misunderstood. Colocation hosting is one of the most efficient and affordable hosting options for small to medium businesses who cannot afford dedicated web hosting and don’t need the cloud hosting infrastructure […]

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Start up in Windows

Today it is difficult to find an organization that has not been subjected to virus attacks. And although almost everywhere already have antivirus software installed, it is sometimes necessary to manually see where in the registry run programs, and not even necessarily harmful. When searching for the resident malware we are interested in the following […]

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Munin. Replacement of MRTG.

Rummaging in the wilds of the Internet has dug up an interesting tool Munin. Its main purpose is rendering many indicators of the operating system on which it is installed and not just on it. The tool is very convenient and easy to install. CentOS for just a couple of commands: yum install munin yum […]

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