Some times things go a bit astray like the local hard dive fills up with log files.
Once you clean them out you might still not beable to get access to the server via Xencenter
Try going to the local shell of the server and type
[root@xenserver2 ~]# xe-toolstack-restart
Stopping xapi: Lost connection to the server.
. [ OK ]
Stopping the v6 licensing daemon: [ OK ]
Stopping the memory ballooning daemon: [FAILED]
Stopping perfmon: [FAILED]
Stopping the fork/exec daemon: [ OK ]
Starting the fork/exec daemon: [ OK ]
Starting perfmon: [ OK ]
Starting the memory ballooning daemon: [ OK ]
Starting the v6 licensing daemon: [ OK ]
Starting xapi: …start-of-day complete. [ OK ]
[root@xenserver2 ~]# xe-toolstack-restart
After that it all looks good. Its a good idea to find out what went wrong so you can fix that and not just use this command every day.
Quick Launch Bar has been almost deprecated in Windows 7 as the whole Taskbar been replaced with greatly enhanced Superbar, which now allows shortcut icons to be placed on it directly. For users who miss Quick Launch bar so much to want it back in Windows 7, Microsofthas not yet completely removed the Quick Launch Bar yet, instead the Quick Launch Toolbar has been disabled and hidden by default.
Use the hack below to enable and turn on the Quick Launch Bar in Windows 7:
- Right click on Windows 7 Taskbar, and point to Toolbars context menu item, and then select New Toolbar….
- Browse to the following folder (easy way is to copy and paste to Address box to automatically navigate to):%SystemDrive%Users%username%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftInternet Explorer
- Locate and highlight the Quick Launch folder, and then click on Select Folder button.
- A Quick Launch Toolbar will be added to Windows Taskbar close to notification area. Unlock the Taskbar (right click on Taskbar and uncheck Lock the taskbar) to move the Quick Launch Toolbar.
- To move the Quick Launch Toolbar to the left of Taskbar next to Start button, unpin all applicationprograms from the Superbar by right click on each and every icons, then select Unpin this program from taskbar.Move the both borders of Quick Launch Toolbar to the furthest left, and then re-pin the applications to Taskbar if you still require them.
- Optionally, right click on empty space inside Quick Launch Toolbar area, and unselect Show Title to remove the Quick Launch wording, or uncheck Show Text to remove the label next to the shortcuts and icons in Quick Launch bar.
Add the icons and/or shortcuts to Quick Launch Bar by drag and drop to the Quick Launch Bar Toolbar or to %SystemDrive%Users%username%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick Launch folder, while delete the icon as you would with any typical file (right click on it, and then select Delete).
How to Disable and Remove Quick Launch Toolbar in Windows 7
After added the Quick Launch bar in Windows 7, to remove the QuickLaunch Toolbar, just right click on Taskbar, and go to Toolbars, then uncheck Quick Launch menu item. The Quick Launch Toolbar will be removed from Taskbar and the toolbar item in Toolbars folder will also be deleted.
Taken from http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-enable-or-disable-quick-launch-bar-toolbar-in-windows-7/
Just a quick post. Put in a SRP527W for a customer that is using the AT for cordless phones.
To make the phone dial quicker i changed the dial plan to
It also add’s a 03 for local numbers. (For the SIP providers that need it)
The minimal install of Centos 6.2 is exactly that. Very minimal while this is good for appliances if you dont know your way around linux and vi it could be a bit hard to get a network connection going.
Here are a few tips i have picked up.
Setup a IP address on a nic
ifconfig eth0 192.168.99.14 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
this will add a default gateway
route add default gw 192.168.99.254
These settings will be removed from the server on reboot.
Run this to make the nic come up on boot automatically.
# cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/
# sed -i -e 's@^ONBOOT="no@ONBOOT="yes@' ifcfg-eth0
To put a dns server in try
echo “nameserver 126.96.36.199” > /etc/resolv.conf
This adds the google dns server to the resolv.conf file and your ready to go.
If you want to use a GUI to setup a perminate IP address try
yum install system-config-network-tui