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როგორ გადმოვწეროთ µTorrent-ით

Category: Lessons Added: 1-11-2014, 22:50
როგორ გადმოვწეროთ µTorrent-ით     

როგორ გადმოვწეროთ µTorrent-ით

 

ინსტრუქცია:
1. µTorrent გადმოწერეთ აქედან,     BitTorrent გადმოწერეთ აქედან.
2. დააინსტალირეთ პროგრამა, მიყევით ინსტრუქციას.
3. ჩართეთ პროგრამა.


 


გადმოწერის წესი:


 


1. გადმოწერეთ ტორრენტ ფაილი ჩვენი საიტიდან
2. გაუშვით ის ტორრენტ კლიენტში
3. მიუთით სასურველი ადგილი თუ სად გნებავთ რომ შეინახოს ფაილი.
4. ველოდებით ჩაწერას.

 

Installing Exchange Server 2013 Preview

Category: blog / Exchange Added: 1-11-2014, 15:26
Installing Exchange Server 2013 Preview     

 

The following section describes a step-by-step guide for the installation of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013 Preview. The installation considers a single server deployment of Exchange Server 2013 with the Mailbox and Client Access Server roles collocated. Additional details of the topology and architecture of the lab environment which was used in the installation is described here

 

 

Direct Routing Load Balancer Cluster on CentOS 6.5 using Keepalived

Category: blog / Linux Added: 1-11-2014, 12:29
Direct Routing Load Balancer Cluster on CentOS 6.5 using Keepalived     

Overview Keepalived is a light-weight and lightening fast load balancer. It’s also one of the only load balancers available for CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux that isn’t just a reverse-proxy. This is an important distinction when load balancing large files and multimedia.
Reverse-proxy load balancers, such as HAProxy and Nginx, funnel all incoming and outgoing traffic through themselves. This means the load balancers must have enough network capacity to handle all incoming and outgoing requests. For standard websites serving HTML, javascript, CSS, and small image files, this isn’t a problem. When dealing with large files, however, a reverse-proxy load balancer presents a scaling issue.
A reverse-proxy load balancer balancing 4 nodes with 10Gb worth of traffic each would require a 40GbE connection to the network to keep up. A Direct Routing balancer only requires enough network to forward to initial request. The backend web server then responds directly to the client making the request for content. This is why they work really well when serving large data.

Configure CentOS 6 Network Settings

Category: blog / Linux Added: 1-11-2014, 12:25
Configure CentOS 6 Network Settings     

Overview

This tutorial will walk you through configuring your network configurations on CentOS 6.X. There are three different methods to choose from, depending on what installation type and packages you have installed.

Manual configuration is done by directly modifying the configuration files. You will need to be comfortable with the command-line for this one. However, this will give you the most flexibility and is worth learning.

System Config Network is a command-line tool that presents a very basic graphical interface. This a great tool for those who just want to quickly configure the network and do not require advanced features, like interface bonding (teaming).

And lastly, from a Gnome desktop. This for those trying Linux out and have yet to venture into command-line territory, or have no interest in it at all.

How to Configure Network Static IP Address and Manage Services on RHEL/CentOS 7.0

Category: blog / Linux Added: 1-11-2014, 10:41
How to Configure Network Static IP Address and Manage Services on RHEL/CentOS 7.0     

How to Configure Network Static IP Address and Manage Services on RHEL/CentOS 7.0

 

This scope of this tutorial is to explain how we can edit and make changes to Network Configurations on RHEL/CentOS 7.0 from command line only, and, more specific how we can set up a Static IP addresses on network interfaces using system network scripts, which is a must be configured to serve Internet-facing network services, and how to configure or change RHEL/CentOS 7.0 system hostname.