December 13, 2020
by dhoytt
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Back Up and Streaming After Relay System OS Updates Gone Astray

Well I’m back up and running with my Centos 8 relay server after some OS updates. Seems that during the updates for Linux Centos 8 included a new kernel for my system as well that didn’t support my C7000 Bl460c … Continue reading Continue reading

October 31, 2020
by dhoytt
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Maintenance to XCP-Ng Hypervisors Updated Zoneminder Plus Installed Patches Updated WordPress

My BL460c gen8 blade servers have been really noisy with the fans kicking up a lot more lately as I have put more of a load on them so tried a setting that required a reboot in the bios setting … Continue reading Continue reading

September 23, 2020
by dhoytt
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Rolling Over to New Streaming Server

Time to officially roll over to my new W2019 streaming server from my W2012-r2 streaming server. I need to copy the current MariaDB database, to the new system, point ports in firewall to new systems, make sure those ports are … Continue reading Continue reading

June 14, 2019
by dhoytt
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Apache not Reading php.ini Changes Configuring New Zoneminder Install

I wanted to setup some quick testing of Zoneminder on different platforms last night and started the basic configurations. Installed Fedora 30 , installed RpmFusion repository, installed mysql community database mariadb, Apache installed, install Zoneminder rpms using “dnf” etc.. Went … Continue reading Continue reading

May 4, 2019
by dhoytt
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Site Network Rework

Moving site back to ASUS RT-N66U old router after going to the Linksys 3200ACM that failed on me each time I went out of town leaving my sites, smart devices, cameras and other items unreachable through that route. I worked … Continue reading Continue reading