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Cisco is using Linux virtualization and 40 core CPU’s for its next generation routers

March 10th, 2008 · 1 Comment · ASR1000, CCIE, CISCO, IOS-EX, IOS-XE, linux, MPLS

Cisco recently released a new series of router called the Aggregation Services Router, or ASR for short. This series of routers is mainly targeted at the service provider market, where it is targeted as a single chassis solution for what is called the “triple play” – Voice, Video, and Data. More accurately it can be [...]

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Why GoDaddy Linux Virtual Dedicated Hosting Sucks & How to Fix It

February 3rd, 2008 · 169 Comments · CCIE, GoDaddy, howto, linux, scripting, Technology

Ok, put the guns away. Linux rocks… My beef is with GoDaddy and how they are hurting the average Linux virtual dedicated server user. GoDaddy, one of the nations largest registrars and hosting providers is distributing bloated and possibly insecure code that will cause the average user to more then double their hosting costs. In [...]

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Why does SUSE linux make it so rough?

October 27th, 2006 · 2 Comments · linux, Technology, Uncategorized

#!/bin/sh # Figure out kernel source version & you server location, echo string to install # Written by Colin McNamara 10/27/2006 # # “The impossible we do difficult we do immidiatly, the impossible just takes a little longer.” KERNELVER=`uname -r | sed ‘s/-smp//g; s/-bigsmp//g’` PLATFORM=`uname -i` YOUSERVER=`cat /var/lib/YaST2/you/config | grep LastServer= | sed ‘s/LastServer=”//g; [...]

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