PostgreSQL 8.0.3 + FreeBSD + TCP/IP

2005-06-14 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
Hi, I'm having a difficulty getting PostgreSQL to accept TCP/IP connections on FreeBSD 5.3. I have edited 'postgresql.conf' in my postgres data directory to set the listen_address (and uncommented it) and have the port line uncommented and set to the default 5432. I then restarted the postmaster

Re: PostgreSQL 8.0.3 + FreeBSD + TCP/IP

2005-06-14 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
Hi, I'm having a difficulty getting PostgreSQL to accept TCP/IP connections on FreeBSD 5.3. I have edited 'postgresql.conf' in my postgres data directory to set the listen_address (and uncommented it) and have the port line uncommented and set to the default 5432. I then restarted the

Re: PostgreSQL 8.0.3 + FreeBSD + TCP/IP

2005-06-14 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 10:05:05AM -0500, Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: Hi, I'm having a difficulty getting PostgreSQL to accept TCP/IP connections on FreeBSD 5.3. I have edited 'postgresql.conf' in my postgres data directory to set the listen_address (and uncommented it) and have the port

Re: PostgreSQL 8.0.3 + FreeBSD + TCP/IP

2005-06-14 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
On Tuesday 14 June 2005 03:14 pm, Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 10:05:05AM -0500, Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: Hi, I'm having a difficulty getting PostgreSQL to accept TCP/IP connections on FreeBSD 5.3. I have edited 'postgresql.conf' in my postgres data directory

Re: PostgreSQL 8.0.3 + FreeBSD + TCP/IP (Solved)

2005-06-14 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
On Jun 14, 2005, at 4:46 PM, Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: I'm guessing that opening the port is part of what placing postgresql_enable=YES in the rc.conf file does, correct? If so, that's probably the problem as I have not rebooted since adding that. Is there a way to safely force

FreeBSD + Apache2 + PHP + MySQL ?

2005-02-01 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
Hi, I'm getting ready to begin moving sites from an old web server to a new one. I've been reading about Apache 2 and it looks like it offers some great new features, but I'm concerned about the stability of it. I've seen a number of issues with memory leaks, etc, which concerns me because this

Re: Hardware or OS problem?

2005-01-06 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
On 1/5/2005 at 09:14 Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: Hi, We have a system that is currently giving us some trouble. The system is FreeBSD 4.9. It's a 2 GHz system with 1MB RAM and (here's the kicker) 73GB RAID 1 ATA drives. The system serves as a web/database server dedicated to 1 site

Re: Hardware or OS problem? System Crashing...

2005-01-06 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
On 1/5/2005 at 09:14 Joseph Koenig (jWeb) wrote: Hi, We have a system that is currently giving us some trouble. The system is FreeBSD 4.9. It's a 2 GHz system with 1MB RAM and (here's the kicker) 73GB RAID 1 ATA drives. The system serves as a web/database server dedicated to 1 site

Remote upgrade possible?

2005-01-06 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
I have a freebsd 4.9 system that I'd like to get upgraded to 4.10 and then soon to 4.11. However, the server is not physically in front of me, nor do I have physical access to it. Is it possible still to upgrade it, or do I need to physically get in front of the machine somehow? Thanks, Joe

Hardware or OS problem?

2005-01-05 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
Hi, We have a system that is currently giving us some trouble. The system is FreeBSD 4.9. It's a 2 GHz system with 1MB RAM and (here's the kicker) 73GB RAID 1 ATA drives. The system serves as a web/database server dedicated to 1 site. Daily the system goes out and downloads real estate listings

Anyone using FreeBSD 4.10 + Apache 2 + PHP 5 ?

2004-08-20 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
Is anyone using FreeBSD 4.10 + Apache 2 + PHP 5 + MySQL/PostgreSQL? I'm building a new web server and will be migrating a number of site from a machine with FreeBSD 4.2 + Apache 1.3 + PHP 4 + MySQL/PostgreSQL and was wondering if Apache 2 was stable enough at this point or if I should stick with

SMP on 4.10

2004-08-20 Thread Joseph Koenig (jWeb)
So, what's the word with SMP on FreeBSD 4.10 these days? Is it stable (for production)? I have a DB server that will be running only MySQL and PostgreSQL. The box is a dual PIII 1.2 GHz and I'd love to make use of SMP if it's stable. Thanks, Joe Koenig Production Manager jWeb New Media Design

FreeBSD + Dell PowerVault NAS

2004-07-28 Thread Joseph Koenig
Hi, Has anyone used FreeBSD with a Dell PowerVault NAS (Windows-based)? We are considering moving some servers to a facility that uses PowerVault NAS machines with Windows to do backups. Is there any issue with this? I should be able to connect via NFS or SMB and just tar directly to the NAS

FreeBSD 5.2.1 + IBM ServeRAID + SMP?

2004-07-27 Thread Joseph Koenig
Hello, I have an IMB xSeries 220 server with Dual 1.2 GHz P3's and an IBM ServeRAID card. Due to the ServeRAID card I need to install FreeBSD 5.x. The question is, how stable is 5.2.1 at this point? All I really need to install and run on the system is MySQL and PostgreSQL. PostgreSQL will only

FreeBSD Hosting

2004-07-16 Thread Joseph Koenig
Hi, I'm sure this question comes up, but I am looking at switching hosting companies and am considering going with a dedicated server or co-locating some servers somewhere. Regardless of which way I go, I want to make sure the hosting facility has technicians who have experience with FreeBSD, in

Bandwidth Usage Report?

2004-07-06 Thread Joseph Koenig
Is there a way to use netstat or something similar to see what our bandwidth usage peaks at throughout the day? We are considering moving to a different host that has less bandwidth, but I'm not sure where we peak, so it's difficult to say whether or not they have enough bandwidth for us. Thanks,

Upgrade gone bad, please help

2004-04-23 Thread Joseph Koenig
I have a system that was running FreeBSD 4.3. At the time I built the system, I compiled a custom kernel, but at this time, I do not need the modifications I made to the kernel. Turns out I never really did need them. So, I went to upgrade the machine to 4.9 using sysinstall. All went well, except

Re: Upgrade gone bad, please help

2004-04-23 Thread Joseph Koenig
to do what your needs dictate; and someone may offer it. On Fri, Apr 23, 2004 at 11:51:01AM -0500, Joseph Koenig wrote: They are both there actually. However, my question is, what do I need to do to boot from them? I was able to get the network working on the machine, and someone on the list

Upgrade from 4.3

2004-04-05 Thread Joseph Koenig
Hi, I have a server running FreeBSD 4.3 that I need to upgrade to the current production release (4.9). Can I upgrade this with the normal upgrade process, or am I too far out of date to be able to do anything but backup, wipe the machine, and re-install? Thanks, Joe Koenig Production Manager

1 processor vs. 2

2004-03-02 Thread Joseph Koenig
I'm putting together a system that will host a relatively small database (around 20,000 records), as well as run Apache / PHP to search that database. I have the option in front of me to use a P III dual 1GHz machine with a SCSI Raid 5, or to use a single P4 2.8 GHz with a SCSI Raid 1. Both have

Re: disappearing email?

2003-10-29 Thread Joseph Koenig
(ACC7A07C.ipt.aol.com [172.199.160.124]) by logs-ntc-tj.proxy.aol.com (8.12.10/8.12.10) with SMTP id h9THuWfJ006805; Wed, 29 Oct 2003 17:56:34 GMT Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: xxx To: Joseph Koenig [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: xx Subject: server check Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 11:56:30

FreeBSD SPAM

2003-10-03 Thread Joseph Koenig
I know this is an issue that comes up a lot, but I wanted to get an opinion from some people on the list. We, along with everyone else, have TONS of SPAM hit our server. Unfortunately, we haven't found any good way to reduce it. We're using ORDB and SpamCop, but neither are really doing the job.

Tape Drive Problems

2003-07-08 Thread Joseph Koenig
Hi, I have a Dell PowerEdge server with a RAID 5 and a SCSI tape drive. For the past two years, the tape drive has worked fine. All of the sudden I get: DUMP: Date of this level 0 dump: Mon Jun 16 01:00:00 2003 DUMP: Date of last level 0 dump: the epoch DUMP: Dumping /dev/aacd0s1a (/) to