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beanhubbleday

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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from rkv_2401 in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    I'm in, gutted that I didn't see earlier on that LTT had a team as I've been working for Spiceworks, now on LTT.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from RollinLower in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    I'm in, gutted that I didn't see earlier on that LTT had a team as I've been working for Spiceworks, now on LTT.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    I'm in, gutted that I didn't see earlier on that LTT had a team as I've been working for Spiceworks, now on LTT.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from trevb0t in I need some help   
    +1 For UPS'!
     
    RAID shouldn't be your only fallback plan, backups are still essential, also enable shadow copys and snapshots yeah.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Zmax in I need some help   
    +1 For UPS'!
     
    RAID shouldn't be your only fallback plan, backups are still essential, also enable shadow copys and snapshots yeah.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to GenericFanboy in Application deployment.   
    @beanhubbleday Thank you so much. This program is amazing. 
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from JabroniBaloney in Urgent Help Pls!!   
    G2A?
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from amdorintel in Discord   
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    beanhubbleday reacted to Argonquestions in Discord   
    o i did not see that lol
     
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from boey in Errors when installing Windows 10 on new build   
    Remake your USB using the windows 10 media creation tool
     
     
    Yep
     
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    beanhubbleday reacted to Mholes in Ram upgrade?   
    I somewhat agree, since limiting fps did nothing it's either CPU temps or RAM, and since you have 5-5.5GB utilized, i'm pretty sure RAM is the limiting factor here.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to LinusTech in Where is Ivan and Luke   
    Off-topic not affecting post count is actually pretty common. It's a strange thing, but there are users who shit post just to boost their post count.
     
    This lets us prevent that behavior while still allowing people to have random/off-topic discussions.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to LinusTech in Where is Ivan and Luke   
    Ivan is no longer with us, I'm afraid. 
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    beanhubbleday reacted to Levent in How to revert to old youtube layout   
    Lul dude you are subbed to her.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Levent in How to revert to old youtube layout   
    Just unsub to her
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Mark Kaine in How to revert to old youtube layout   
    https://www.youtube.com/?disable_polymer=1 <- This is the link you need bud.
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Jtalk4456 in Server Form Factors   
    This is a "U", it is the downwards measurement - all cabinets are standard width and most are a standard depth too, unless you have a like a small network wall cabinet.

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    beanhubbleday reacted to factorialandha in Server Form Factors   
    From my experience, server racks are generally a standard width, 
     
    the U is how many "Units" in a rack it takes up, eg the height of the unit. 
     
    You can however get different depths with a rack, so only shorter servers will fit, most rack mount kits that servers come with will allow you to adjust the length of the mount so it fits the depth of your specific rack.
     
    As for blade servers, those are slightly different, usually you will rack mount a blade chassis, and that gives you a central management interface for all the blade servers you slot into it. This can also give you some additional benefits, blade servers can save physical space, they also increase your ability to scale up "slot in a new blade server etc" reduced complexity from a networking perspective etc. there are lots of additional benefits of blade style infrastructure.
     
    it all depends on your use case and requirements. 
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    beanhubbleday reacted to themctipers in Can only connect to internet via Ethernet cables   
    Amazon for like $15-35
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Ervinoo in Should i upgrade anything?   
    Also maybe more ram?
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    beanhubbleday got a reaction from Ervinoo in Should i upgrade anything?   
    Swap out that HDD for an SSd and use that HDD as a asecondary drive.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to givingtnt in Hosting at home (help)   
    ooh no we don'T have any of those
     
    iv had web pages run on 8080 from our qnap nas without issues 
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    beanhubbleday reacted to Windspeed36 in Hosting at home (help)   
    The bandwidth isn't the issue, some ISP's put restrictions on common web ports (80,443,25,8080,587) to prevent people running business services off consumer connections.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to NelizMastr in offsite active directory   
    A permanent site-to-site VPN tunnel would be the most elegant solution. To keep things secure, let this be handled by a (hardware) firewall on both locations with appropriate filtering setup, preferably not with just username password for instance but also with IP-address whitelisting.
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    beanhubbleday reacted to Windspeed36 in offsite active directory   
    Site to site VPN is your easiest bet. I've also moved this to the server section as there are more people there who deal in that space.
     
     
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