It's everything Windows 8 should have been. You're right, there's no big stand-out "OMG" feature, but the whole package does feel well put together and full of lots of little improvements considering how early it is
my SquirrelMail can send but not able to receive emails. Imap server is Cyrus.
Can anyone please help me to get it working?
What details should i provide?
alias_database = hash:/etc/aliases
alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases
command_directory = /usr/sbin
config_directory = /etc/postfi...
@JennyD there is an opinion aspect to it yes but it only has two options - the traditional one and the alternative he's discussing - I've been doing vmware stuff for years now and I'd never thought of that alternative, not once, so good for him for challenging my defaults
yes, and it makes sense in many ways to do so but it's nice to stop every so often and reconsider - we're in the process of massively reducing the number of vCenter servers we have across the business and removing all the vCenter HeartBeat and Linked-Mode implementations - they're just not needed any more
@MichelZ well they used to be able to support less hosts, we have 16,500 hosts across the business, but recent versions can handle more hosts realistically and we had essentially one vC per 'product line' or sub-business. The changes to SSO allow us to more easily have less-but-bigger-vC's. We're going from about 375 of them down to about 120
@MichelZ 95% are HP BL460c's - from G6-to-Gen8's - we have a few Gen9's in test but nowhere near production yet - the 5% are pairs of DL380's that we use where we don't have say the power/cooling budget for a full blade-enclosure
@ewwhite Yeah, [main client] is very 'on rails' about some things and we've always been a 1:1 VM:vdisk kind of place, certainly I'd never considered adding extra vdisks for regular linux partitions, we add them for application specific reasons of course
If there's one great universal truth that we can all agree on, it's this: No one wants poop on their hands.
And yet, we laugh carelessly in the face of danger every time we take an old fashioned wet wipe to our heinies, flying completely blind in the critical poop-to-hand spatial relation.
How many times have you taken one of those substandard wet wipes to the posterior of a child, risking major contamination from that flailing poop cloth? And how many times has your dog's "number two" been a little closer to a number one "and a half", requiring a deadly grab & pull maneuver with whatever's laying around? Enough is enough!
With new Shittens, you can fully protect your hands while tending to the dirty deed. Please leave your comments, opinions, experiences about the Shittens in the Customer Reviews section below.